October 2007 International Trade Top Blawgs

  1. Covers European Union law, including antitrust, conflicts of law, criminal law, environment, free movement, fundamental rights, privacy, product liability, and trade.
  2. Covers the laws governing exports from the United States with an emphasis on export regulations administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls and the Office of Foreign Assets Control. By Clif Burns, Carolyn
  3. Covers American customs law and international trade law. By Lawrence Friedman.
  4. Covers export controls, compliance, sanctions and embargoes. By Scott Gearity.
  5. Provides news and analysis of outsourcing, insourcing and beyond. By Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
  6. Covers antitrust, privacy, international trade, and white color criminal defense. By Reed Smith.
  7. Covers laws which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers, including human rights, environmental law, immigration, intellectual property and space law. By Derek Deavenport, John Dermody, Travis Hodgkins and Christine Ngo.
  8. Covers antitrust and international trade law. By Doyle, Barlow & Mazard PLLC.
  9. Covers active trade disputes between China and the United States, as well as this particular trade relationship, and international trade more generally. Also discusses the use of the rule of law to settle their differences. By Baker Hostetler Law Firm.
  10. Covers border security initiatives, customs duties, economic sanctions, and free trade regulations.
  11. Covers international trade and public policy.
  12. Covers international commercial law in the European Union. By M D M Studio Legale.
  13. Covers the developments in arbitration and contract law in India and elsewhere.
  14. Features updates on regulatory and public policy matters in Washington, DC in national security, trade, and international law.
  15. Covers business and legal issues affecting China, Latin America and the United States. By Diaz Reus.
  16. Covers the legal ramifications of financial fraud related to multinational corporations, multinational financial institutions, foreign governments, foreign officials and high-profile individuals in sensitive regulatory, civil and international criminal matters. By Michael Diaz, Jr.