In International Trade Policy: The Lawyer's Perspective, the editors offer a look at the landscape of issues in United States import relief law which should remain useful for some time. This is accomplished through a series of essays by a group of seasoned commentators. The initial chapters provide an intellectual framework and policy perspectives on current import relief law, along with proposals for change. The core of the book is given over to topical writings on current import relief law, each addressing some aspect of practice under Section 201, countervailing duty, or antidumping statutes. The final section reach beyond to important topics that are, to a greater or lesser extent, not covered by existing law.
Kevin G. Nealer,
International Trade Policy: The Lawyer's Perspective ,
10 Fordham Int'l L.J. 851
Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj/vol10/iss4/12