The Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) of the WTO is now recognised as the most influential legal institution governing world trade. It has become the final arbiter of international trade disputes between the 140 countries that are members of the WTO. The ramifications of decisions made by the DSB are enormous, not only in terms of their economic impact but also as an evolving body of law, with direct and indirect effects on national law. The cases and decisions are becoming increasingly complex, with some running to over 500 pages. The International Trade Law Reports detail DSB decisions in full with annotations and commentary putting the cases in their legal and economic context. These reports comprise the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information available.
ISSN: 1364-9205 • Loose Leaf or Electronic (CD-Rom) • Average 4 issues Annually • £340
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ITLR provides the only regular case-by-case commentary of both the legal and economic implications of the cases before the DSB.
Trade Law Reports
are also available in electronic format (PDF) on a fully searchable CD-ROM.
Consisting of experts from around the world, ITLR’s editorial board includes some of the leading lights in International Trade Law including: John H. Jackson, Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Kym Anderson, Richard Johnson, John Toulmin QC, Pierre Didier, James Cameron, Iain MacVay, John Cooke and Jake Werksmann.
The reports come bound in handsome dark blue and gold embossed binders that will build year on year into an easily accessible collection of essential materials.