Thursday, February 21, 2013

EU Seal product case and a day to day account!

The EU Seal Product case is being fought at the WTO panel and the proceedings are on. I have blogged about the issue earlier here, here and here.

For a running commentary on the proceedings it is interesting to see Rob Howse's account of the proceedings detailed out on the IELP blog here, here, here and here! It gives a sense of the legal analysis being undertaken, the nuances as well as the excitement of courtroom drama that is associated with legal disputes.It is the window to the otherwise closed world of dispute settlement.

Would be interesting to see blogs dedicated to unravelling the debates of dispute settlement proceedings  on a day to day account! Too much to ask?


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