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Canadian Trade Law: Practice and Procedure
By: Lawrence L. Herman, B.A., LL.B.
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Based on the author's years of experience as a senior trade lawyer in Canada, this milestone publication brings together in a single collection, the trade laws, regulations, rules, practice and jurisprudence of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) under the Special Import Measures Act. Not only an unequalled collection of priceless primary materials, this publication highlights and provides overviews, for the practitioner and academic alike, of the key Tribunal decisions since the 1980s in the realm of dumping, subsidies and safeguards, the main trade remedies permitted in Canada under the World Trade Organization agreements. Comprehensive and meticulously laid out and indexed, this publication is the ultimate resource for the Canadian trade lawyer.

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About the Author
Lawrence L. Herman, B.A., LL.B., is a graduate of the University of Toronto Law Faculty (1969) and a member of the Saskatchewan and Ontario bars. Mr. Herman concentrates on international trade and international business transactions. He has acted for private sector clients, governments and international agencies, dealing particularly with the GATT/WTO, FTA and NAFTA and appears as counsel before dispute-resolution bodies under the NAFTA, as well as before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the courts and Parliamentary committees. He sits on the Market Access Advisory Group (MAAG) of the Canadian Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department, advising on business issues in WTO trade negotiations. Mr. Herman was on the Council of the International Bar Association's Energy Section for many years and is currently chair of the Trade Policy Committee of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters and a member of the Executive Board of the Canada-U.S. Law Institute; the International Affairs Committee of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce; the C.D. Howe Institute; and several other business and government trade policy organizations. He was appointed Director, Task Force on Trade and Investment Rules of the World Energy Council, London, U.K., in 2007.