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Description: International Trade Law: Problems, Cases, and Materials, written by theauthors of the eminently teachable International Business Transactions:Problems, Cases, and Materials, has been carefully designed for ease ofuse. Focusing on the World Trade Organization’s multilateral trading systemand its implementation in the United States, this comprehensive casebook alsocovers, in a less extensive fashion, the WTO’s implementation in the EuropeanUnion.Attributes that make this casebook a solid choice for advanced coursesinclude:Exceptional accessibility through the authors’ lucid explanatory textas well as probing problems and questions.Organization around the four principal channels of trade, covering WTOobligations relating to technology trade (intellectual property), servicestrade, foreign direct investment, and the trade in goods.Focus on the public regulatory aspects of international trade,including trade barriers, unfair trade, safeguards, and dispute resolution.Extensive coverage of issues of interest to developing countries,including intellectual property rights.Discussion of the relationship to international trade of important socialissues, such as protection of the environment, human rights, and labor.Discussion of classic cases, such as Belgian Family Allowances, ItalianTractor, and Spanish Coffee, as well as the most recent cases, such asEC-Bananas and U.S.-Zeroing.Examination of many related issues, such as potential and existingconflicts between the laws of the United States and its obligations under theWTO, and the practical application of important areas of U.S. trade law.Supplementation of text and cases with statutory materials asappropriate.A comprehensive Teacher’s Manual as well as a documentssupplement.Intentionally and intelligently selective in its coverage, InternationalTrade Law: Problems, Cases, and Materials, provides focused, concise,accessible coverage of the regulatory aspects of international trade underboth public international law and U.S. law.