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China challenges EU footwear anti-dumping duties before the WTO

China, European Union, Global - April 15 2010 On 4 February 2009, China initiated dispute settlement proceedings against the European Union (EU) before the World Trade Organization (WTO), contending that the EU imposes anti-dumping duties on leather footwear contrary to WTO rules.

Jacques Buhart, Craig Pouncey, Matthew Weiniger

Argentina's "expropriation" of Repsol oil subsidiary: the legal landscape

Argentina, Global - April 19 2012 On 16 April 2012, Argentina's President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, presented a draft Bill to Congress setting out the Government's intention to nationalise Repsol's stake in Argentinian oil major YPF. 

Eduardo Soler-Tappa, Joanne Greenaway, Christian Leathley, Stephen Murray, Matthew Weiniger

Supreme Court considers test for proportionality in judicial review proceedings

European Union, United Kingdom - December 4 2017 In Scotch Whisky Association v The Lord Advocate (Scotland) [2017] UKSC 76, the Supreme Court has held that a "suppressed" form of proportionality…

Andrew Lidbetter, Jasveer Randhawa, Nusrat Zar

Sanctions tracker - latest EU and UK sanctions against Russia

Belarus, European Union, Russia, United Kingdom - April 11 2022 This briefing summarises the latest UK and EU sanctions developments in response to the conflict in Ukraine, and in particular the EU’s ‘fifth…

Dr Marius Boewe, Susannah Cogman, Elizabeth Head, Daniel Hudson, Jonathan Mattout

European Parliament approves EU-Vietnam trade and investment agreements

European Union, United Kingdom, Vietnam - February 27 2020 On 12 February 2020, the European Parliament (“EP“) gave its consent to the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (“EU-Vietnam FTA“) and the Investment…

Andrew Cannon, Jennifer Paterson, Eric White