- Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Format: Hardback | 852 pages
- Dimensions: 161mm x 236mm x 57mm | 1,438g
- Publication date: 1 March 2001
- Publication City/Country: Cambridge
- ISBN 10: 0521650356
- ISBN 13: 9780521650359
- Edition statement: New.
- Illustrations note: maps
The second volume of the International Environmental Law Reports focuses on trade and environment. This volume provides a complete set of of the major dispute settlement or judicial decisions on environment-related issues under three international trade regimes: the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and its successor the World Trade Organization (WTO); the Canada-USA Free Trade Agreement (precursor to the North America Free Trade Agreement); and the European Community. The book provides a summary of every case and full texts of relevant legal findings in selected cases. It also provides extracts from other cases dealing with issues relevant to future trade and environment controversies. A convenient compendium of key cases for policy makers in government and NGOs, academic researchers, business advisors, students, and for all who are interested in international trade law and in international environmental law.
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Amelia Porges advises companies, governments and trade associations on how to use WTO law, trade agreements and investment rules to solve complex market access problems. She represents governments and stakeholders in negotiations and litigation in the WTO and free trade agreements, and advises governments on WTO and trade agreement institutions and compliance. Her experience includes guiding US WTO litigation during the first five years of the WTO, at the Office of the US Trade Representative; legal drafting, advice and dispute settlement work in the GATT Secretariat during the Uruguay Round; and advising on tariff and services negotiations, including the original and updated Information Technology Agreement and the GATS. Her recent work focuses on free trade agreement dispute settlement, trade in digital products and services, renewable energy, tariff negotiations, trade disciplines on state-owned enterprises, agricultural subsidies, procurement trade, technical barriers to trade, TPP and TTIP, and she has worked with a wide range of industrial and agricultural sectors. She teaches international trade law at Johns Hopkins University and has published widely on trade law subjects.
Table of contents
Part I. A Decisions of GATT Panels: United States - Prohibition of Imports of Tuna and Tuna Products from Canada; United States - Taxes on Petroleum and Certain Imported Substances; Canada - Measures Affecting Exports of Unprocessed Herring and Salmon; United States - Restrictions on Imports of Tuna (Tuna/Dolphin I); United States - Restrictions on Imports of Tuna (Tuna/Dolphin II); United States - Taxes on Automobiles; Part I.B Decisions of WTO Panels and Appelllate Body: United States - Standards for Reformulated and Conventional Gasoline; United States - Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp and Shrimp Products; Part I.C Summary of Other GATT/WTO Panel and Appellate Body Decisions: Thailand - Restrictions on Importation of and Internal Taxes on Cigarettes; EC Measures Concerning Meat and Meat Products (Hormones); Part II.A Decisions of Canada-USA FTA Panels: In the matter of Canada's Landing Requirement for Pacific Coast Salmon and Herring Lobsters from Canada; Part II.B Summary of Other Canada-USA FTA Panel Decision: In the Matter of Puerto Rico Regulations on the Import, Distribution and Sale of UHT Milk from Quebec; Part III. Decisions of The Court of Justice of the European Communities: Case 172/82 Syndicat National des Fabricants Raffineurs d'Huile de Graissage and Others v. Groupement d'Interet Economique 'Inter-huiles' and Others; Case 240/83 Procureur de la Republique v. Association de Defense des Br-leurs d'Huiles Usagees; Case 302/86 Commission of the European Communities v. Kingdom of Denmark; Case C-169/89 Criminal Proceedings against Gourmetterie Van den Burg; Case C-182/89 Commission of the European Communities v. French Republic; Case C-2/90 Commission of the European Communities v. Belgium; Case C-405/92 Etablissements Armand Mondiet SA v. Armement Islais SARL; Case C-41/93 French Republic v. Commission of the European Communities; Case C-131/93 Commission of the European Communities v. Federal Republic of Germany; Case C-284/95 Safety Hi-Tech Srl v. S&T Srl; Index.