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  • von Gabriela García Escobar
    The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has reviewed several cases related to euthanasia (Gard v. UK, Lambert v. France, and Mortier v. Belgium), and assisted suicide for terminally ill persons (Pretty v. UK), incurable diseases (Koch v. Germany), psychiatric disorders (Haas v. Switzerland), and the case of a physician that disseminated suicide recipes through […]
  • von Christian Schaller
    In April 2023, Scandinavian journalists uncovered that Russia was running a large-scale programme to spy on offshore wind farms, submarine cables and pipelines, and other infrastructure in the North and Baltic Seas. Security experts say the activities are likely to prepare the ground for sabotage. Foreign Policy commented: “Russian ‘Ghost Ships’ Are Turning the Seabed […]
  • von Robert McLaughlin
    Over recent months, the frequency and seriousness of interactions between PRC Coast Guard and maritime militia forces, and Philippines Coast Guard and Armed Forces units in the vicinity of Second Thomas Shoal has escalated significantly. 17 June 2024 saw an incident involving China Coast Guard (CCG) small craft blocking in and surrounding Philippine Coast Guard […]
  • von Amelia Süsserott
    The aim of international refugee law is ultimately to ensure those fleeing their country of origin due to persecution can seek refuge elsewhere. This is a key difference between refugees and internally displaced persons – with the former needing to flee beyond their country of origin’s borders to obtain safety. Having an “elsewhere” (i.e., another […]
  • von Dapo Akande
    Last week Friday, Sir Keir Starmer KC assumed office as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom following the decisive victory of his Labour Party in the UK’s general election.  As the “KC” after his name indicates he is an accomplished lawyer. He had a very successful career as an English barrister, and as Director […]

International Trade Law

  • von Jennifer Diaz
    Here is a recap of the latest customs and international trade news:        Customs and Border Protection (CBP)   In relation to the Section 301 China Product Exclusions Extension, CBP provided guidance on the 14-day transition period extending 429 product-specific exclusions (352 previously reinstated exclusions and 77 COVID-related) through June 14, 2024, and extending certain exclusions through […] The post Customs and Trade News Weekly Snapshot appeared first on Customs & International Trade Law Blog.
  • von Jennifer Diaz
    Tungsten Parts Wyoming, Inc. filed the petition for the imposition of antidumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) duties on the imports of tungsten shot from China. Unlike most AD/CVD petitions, the domestic industry has not yet been established, as the petitioner only began production last year. Thus, instead of arguing that Chinese imports are injuring the industry, […] The post Trade News: New Petition Filed Against Tungsten Shot from China appeared first on Customs & International Trade Law Blog.
  • von Jennifer Diaz
    The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force (FLETF) released an update to the Strategy to Prevent the Importation of Goods Mined, Produced, or Manufactured with Forced Labor in the People’s Republic of China. Strategy Background DHS released the first publication of the UFLPA Strategy in June 2022. The strategy outlines a […] The post DHS Announces New High Priority Sectors for UFLPA Enforcement appeared first on Customs & International Trade Law Blog.
  • von Jennifer Diaz
    Here is a recap of the latest customs and international trade news:        Customs and Border Protection (CBP)   ICYMI: CBP announces new broker continuing education accreditors, five entities who will help CBP develop and implement accreditation standards for the agency’s new Customs Broker Continuing Education (CE) program.  CBP published a Federal Register notice to advise the […] The post Customs and Trade News Weekly Snapshot appeared first on Customs & International Trade Law Blog.
  • von Jennifer Diaz
    In a major ruling, the Supreme Court overturned their decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council that gave federal agencies great leeway in interpretation of laws. Instead of deferring to agencies, judges may now substitute their own interpretation of the law, making it easier to overturn agency regulations across the federal government. What is […] The post ICYMI: Supreme Court Overturns Landmark Chevron Case appeared first on Customs & International Trade Law Blog.

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