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Georgetown Journal of International Law
Volume 43, Issue 1
Fall 2011
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Title Page
Foreword
Judge Judith M. Barzilay
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Overview of 2010 Decisions by the U.S. Court of International Trade in Appeals of Determinations of the U.S. International Trade Commission
Victor Mroczka
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2010 Court of International Trade Decisions Reviewing Dumping or Countervailing Duty Orders on Goods from Market Economy Countries
Claudia Burke and Melissa M. Devine
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The United States Court of International Trade in 2010: Is Commerce Suffering from Adverse Decisions It Wasn't Double-Counting On?
Craig A. Lewis, Jonathan T. Stoel, and Brian S. Janovitz
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Court of International Trade Decisions During 2010 Under 28 U.S.C. § 1581(i) Residual Jurisdiction
Patrick C. Reed, Philip Yale Simons, and Jerry P. Wiskin
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A Discussion of 2009 and 2010 Cases Decided under the United States Court of International Trade's 28 U.S.C. § 1581(a) Jurisdiction
Frances P. Hadfield and Amanda M. Simpson
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Customs Penalties, Liquidated Damages, and Responsible Supervision: Developments in 28 U.S.C. § 1582 in 2010
Michael Roll
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The World Trade Organization and the Millennium Development Goals: The Role of Multilateral Trade Negotiations in Achieving Food Security for the World's Most Vulnerable Populations
Benjamin J. Bay
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Making Free Trade Fair: How the WTO Could Incorporate Labor Rights and Why It Should
Joshua M. Kagan
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