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A Pasadena startup got billions selling COVID tests. Then came questions
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Innova Medical Group in Pasadena has grossed more than $2.7 billion importing antigen tests from China and exporting them to the U.K., despite questions over their accuracy.


Former 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh seeks $13 million for Bay Area mansion
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Former 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is asking for $13 million for his mansion in the Bay Area's affluent enclave of Atherton.


Cosmetics mogul wants record $50 million for lavish Irvine estate
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Joni Rogers-Kante, founder of the multi-level marketing cosmetics company SeneGence, wants $50 million for her amenity-loaded mansion in Irvine.


Column: Dubious property tax appeals are costing L.A. County millions
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L.A. County Assessor Jeff Prang says bulk appeals by tax agents cost his office $2.2 million a year and may mean $15 million lost in annual revenue.


John Legend and Chrissy Teigen get $16.8 million for their 90210 mansion
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A year after buying a bigger place in Beverly Hills Post Office, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have sold their other home in the neighborhood for $16.8 million.


Developers of Blossom Market Hall are hoping for another Grand Central Market
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A Masonic lodge in San Gabriel's historic Mission District soon will reopen as a food hall.


'Charlie's Angels' star Shelley Hack sells Santa Monica home for $11.4 million
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'Charlie's Angels' actress Shelley Hack hauled in $11.4 million for her 99-year-old Craftsman compound in Santa Monica, or $2.5 million more than she was asking.


Filmmaker Ava Duvernay sells her scenic Midcentury in Hollywood Hills
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Ava Duvernay, director of 'Selma' and '13th,' just sold her three-story Midcentury home in Hollywood Hills for $2.06 million.


Another month, another record: SoCal home prices hit all-time high
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Southern California's median home price soared to $680,000 in June, an all-time high for the six-county region. Sales are also on the rise.


Chinese billionaire Tianqiao Chen is the buyer of USC presidential mansion
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Records reveal the buyer of the USC presidential mansion is Tianqiao Chen, a Chinese billionaire who funded a new neuroscience center at Caltech.


Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford ask $18.5 million for their huge Hollywood Hills compound
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In the Hollywood Hills, actress Helen Mirren and director Taylor Hackford are asking $18.5 million for their longtime home on 6.5 acres.


Don Rickles' Century City villa is selling for $6.5 million
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Near the high-rise Century building in Century City, the longtime home of the late comedian Don Rickles is on the market for $6.5 million.


Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's lavish spread lists for $55.5 million
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In Beverly Hills Post Office, a lavish hilltop compound owned by late Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen is going for $55.5 million.


Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka passes his custom home in Newport Beach
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Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka has sold his Newport Beach home for $3.7 million, nearly double the $2 million he paid for it 12 years ago.


Shonda Rhimes seeks $25 million for Hancock Park trophy home
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Shonda Rhimes, the prolific producer behind 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Scandal,' is asking $25 million for her 1920s villa in Hancock Park.


L.A.'s office market skid slows as workers trickle back
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The Los Angeles County office rental market is showing signs of stabilizing as businesses shed less space expecting better times are ahead. But workers are still hesitant.


Ben Simmons quietly buys a Hidden Hills farmhouse for $17.5 million
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NBA star Ben Simmons just scored a brand-new farmhouse in Hidden Hills for $17.5 million.


HBO Boxing's Larry Merchant looks to knock out a Santa Monica home sale
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Legendary boxing analyst Larry Merchant is asking $5.7 million for his boxy home of 24 years in the North of Montana neighborhood of Santa Monica.


Hollywood is known for comebacks. Now the neighborhood is working on its own
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Theater, tourism, dining out, shopping took big COVID hits. But the community, which defines Los Angeles in many out-of-towners' minds, is looking up.


Steven Seagal strikes a deal for his bulletproof Arizona compound
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In the Arizona desert, martial artist-turned-action star Steven Seagal just hauled in $3.55 million for his bulletproof home on 12 acres.


USC's presidential mansion sells for $25 million, a San Marino record
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San Marino's Seeley Mudd Estate, which has housed USC presidents for 40 years, just sold for $25 million, or $500,000 more than the asking price.


Talent agent Greg Cavic floats a pristine Midcentury in the 90210
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UTA talent agent Greg Cavic is asking $9.35 million for his Midcentury gem, featured in the book "Modernism Rediscovered."


NBA star Kevin Garnett sells half-finished Malibu mansion for $16 million
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Basketball Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett just hauled in $16 million for an 11,000-square-foot home that's still under construction in Malibu.


Baby Del, Coronado's 134-year-old Victorian, seeks $24 million
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On the resort peninsula of Coronado, a 134-year-old Victorian with three guesthouses is up for grabs at $24 million.


Trophy villas, futuristic beach houses: Southern California's top 2021 mansion sales (so far)
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A hotel mogul's Bel-Air mansion and a philanthropist's Malibu beach house top the list of the priciest home sales so far in 2021.


Eli Broad's beach house sells for $51.65 million a the second-priciest deal this year
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The sleek Malibu home of late billionaire Eli Broad just sold for $51.65 million, which ranks as Southern California's second-priciest sale of 2021.


'Flintstone House' owner settles lawsuit, can keep dinosaur statues
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The Northern California homeowner of the 'Flintstone House' quietly settled her lawsuit against the town of Hillsborough in April.


Actor John O'Hurley, 'Seinfeld's' J. Peterman, sheds his Beverly Hills Post Office villa
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After 17 years in Beverly Hills, 'Seinfeld' actor John O'Hurley has sold his 1920s villa for $4.5 million.


Newsom signs into law extension of California eviction protections, rent relief
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The governor acted just hours after both houses of the Legislature approved the bill extending the eviction protections through Sept. 30.


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Disney World to require all guests to wear masks indoors starting Friday
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Starting Friday, Disney guests will have to wear masks while indoors and in Disney buses, monorail and Disney Skyliner, regardless of vaccination status, the theme park announced Wednesday night. Face coverings are optional when outside.

Broward schools keep mask mandate in place, defying the governor
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School Board members cited rising COVID-19 rates and new federal guidance encouraging masks in schools, even for the vaccinated,

Joel Greenberg used private state database to look up hundreds of peopleas personal info, tax office says
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Joel Greenberg used his position to look up hundreds of people's personal information by accessing a private state database, officials said.

Two men die while diving and another is hit by boat propeller on opening day of lobster miniseason
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One man is injured when hit by a boat propeller in Monroe County on the first day of lobster miniseason and two other men died while diving, officials said.

With COVID surge, only vaccinated people allowed to visit Memorial hospitals
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Memorial Healthcare, South Browardas public hospital system, is contending with huge waits in its ER and COVID patients flooding in. The healthcare system now has restricted its visitation policy to allow only vaccinated people in for visits.

Miami-Dade mayor defies state, mandates masks to curb spread of COVID
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Masks will again be required at indoor county facilities in Floridaas populous Miami-Dade following new federal guidance recommending that even people vaccinated against COVID-19 should wear facial coverings indoors. Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said the decision is a response to the surge in new cases and hospitalizations.

Say hello to the giant whip scorpion, another of Floridaas strange creatures
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The giant whip scorpion sounds like a scary Florida creature, and it could approach that title if you make it activate its defense mechanism.

Dive in: Spiny lobster miniseason kicks off in Florida
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Itas that time of year again: Floridaas two-day lobster miniseason is back.

Five elected officials have resigned so they can run for Congress in South Florida special election
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The five elected officials who want to fill the vacant Broward-Palm Beach County seat in Congress previously held by Alcee Hastings have submitted written resignations from their current jobs. The resignations are irrevocable. Florida's resign to run law requires elected officials to resign from their current offices to seek another one if the terms of the new office and the old office overlap.

Answers to your vaccine questions: How many vaccinated people are dying?
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Here are the answers to some of your biggest questions about COVID-19 vaccinations in Florida. Today's question: Is it the vaccines or the masks that will keep us safe?

Hereas where to find a coronavirus vaccine in South Florida
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Here are the places where you can get a coronavirus vaccine in South Florida.

Soaring COVID cases lead schools to reconsider masks for students
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The CDC recommended Tuesday that all students, teachers and staff wear masks inside schools. The guidance effectively put schools at the center of a continuing divide over masks across America.

Teacher sentenced to year in jail for sexting with girl, 14
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Eric Lavon Wakeley, a former Boynton Beach middle school history teacher, was sentenced to a year in jail for sexting with a 14-year-old student.

Feds raid Weston home that may be connected to Haiti assassination
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Federal agents raided the home of Walter Veintemilla, who Haitian police say lent money to South Florida men caught up in the plot against Haiti President Jovenel MoA-se earlier this month.

Donat shut people out of Parkland shooting hearings, lawyers urge
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The public has a right to be in the courtroom at every phase of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting case, including the final hearings that determine what evidence the jury will a and will not a be allowed to hear, prosecutors and media lawyers are arguing.

Artiles worked closely with top GOP consulting firm during aghosta candidate scheme, documents indicate
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Former lawmaker Frank Artiles was paid $15,000 a month by Data Targeting, a top GOP consulting firm, to work on South Florida Senate races.

Mom pleads not guilty in death of daughters in canal
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Tinessa Hogan, who faces two counts of premeditated murder in the deaths of her two daughters Destiny, 9, and Daysha, 7, has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Her girls were found dead in a Lauderhill canal on June 22.

Haiti arrests top security official; followers rally around G9 gang leader
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The latest arrest in the MoA-se assassination plot comes as more than 1,000 demonstrators gathered around one of Haitias most notorious gang leaders to commemorate MoA-se.

Florida ports are rebounding after COVID-19 plunge in cargo business
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Waterborne trade fell $14.1 billion at Florida seaports last year as the COVID-19 pandemic initially slowed consumer and business demand and caused supply chain problems, according to an industry report released Tuesday.

DeSantis holds secret meeting to drive home his opposition to masks at schools
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As cases of COVID-19 surge across Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis held a secret meeting in the Capitol on Monday with medical professionals, underlining his opposition to mask mandates for students.

Inside a Florida KKK murder plot: Grab him up, atake that package to the river.a
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An FBI confidential informant infiltrated a group of klansmen in Florida, and his recordings provide a rare, detailed look at the inner workings of a modern KKK cell and a domestic terrorism probe. That investigation would unearth another secret: An unknown number of klansmen were working inside the Florida Department of Corrections, with significant power over inmates, Black and white.

Brother of NFL player charged in 2016 murder of an FIU student in parking garage
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Donterio Fowler, 26, and Keondre Fields, 23, have been charged in the 2016 murder of an FIU student in a parking garage near campus. Donterio Fowler is the brother of NFL linebacker Dante Fowler.

Disturbance dwindles to remnant low off coastal Georgia
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It is forecast to crawl along coastal Georgia and South Carolina over the next couple of days, bringing with it rain and thunderstorms.

Judge seeks investigation of leak in misconduct case that threatens her career
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Attorneys for Palm Beach County Judge Marni Bryson are calling on the stateas judicial watchdog to immediately investigate a leak of confidential information months before she got slapped with misconduct charges.

Suspected white supremacy gesture sparks debate for Palm Beach County schools
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The gestures, made by men in Proud Boys shirts, caused alarm on social media and prompted the School Board to change its procedures for public speakers.

Disturbance off Florida-Georgia coast: Window for development narrows significantly
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The disturbance is forecast to continue moving toward Floridaas northeast coast, but dry air over the Atlantic Ocean is hampering the systemas development, forecasters said

DeSantis keeps up CDC cruise fight despite latest setback
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Gov. Ron DeSantis says Florida will go to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary to fight a court ruling recognizing that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has authority over cruise lines.

DragTimes Dyno Tests the new Tesla Model S Plaid
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Tesla Model S on the Dyno
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Guest Post: Will the EU CBAM Cover More Than What You Think? Complex Goods, System Boundaries, and Circumvention Under the Commissionas CBAM Proposal
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This is a guest post from trade lawyers CA!ndido GarcAa Molyneux & Paul MertenskAPtter: On July 14, the European Commission presented its legislative proposal for a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (aCBAMa). This long-anticipated tool is intended to make importers pay...

The Battle of Ben & Jerry's-WTO Law as a New Front
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One week ago, global ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's announced that the firm would no longer allow products to be sold under its brand in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OTP). Israel's continuing occupation of these territories is almost universally...

Per Capita Emissions vs. Manufacturing Emissions: Why Not Do Both?
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In the Hindustan Times, trade lawyer RV Anuradha has an op-ed entitled "EUas CBAM, US Carbon Tax undermine international climate and trade laws." What particularly interested me was the description of an alternative focus for climate change mitigation efforts. Whereas...

The Beginning, End, and Imminence of Invoking Essential Security at the WTO
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With the release of the latest US submission in United States-Origin Marking Requirement (DS597), it is worth thinking about one of the open questions of the GATT security exceptions in todayas climate a what does it mean to take action...

RCEP dispute settlement - Some observations
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As a former WTO lawyer, I am always interested in comparing WTO procedures to those of other trade agreements. I have recently found myself dabbling in RCEPas dispute settlement provisions. While this is yesterdayas news, perhaps some readers who have...

Guest Post: Making the Rules of the Game with Prudence a Analysis of the EUas CBAM Proposal
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This is a guest post from trade lawyer Bixuan Wu of the Hiways law firm: On July 14, the European Commission unveiled its ambitious aFit for 55a package, which includes the long-awaited legislative proposal on Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)....

Krugman on Carbon Tariffs
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Paul Krugman has a new op-ed on carbon tariffs that made sense in parts but puzzled me in other parts. Here is the part that I thought made sense: ... You can think of national policies designed to limit greenhouse...

How to begin to think about the WTO compatibility of the European Union CBAM
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Widely leaked in various versions over the last weeks, the formal Commission proposals for carbon border adjustment have today been publically released. Already on social media, a debate has been unleashed (not surprisingly) about the WTO compatability of the proposals,...

CBAM enters with a BANG: the European Commission puts forth its carbon border adjustment mechanism proposal
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This is a guest post by trade lawyer Victor Crochet of Van Bael & Bellis The European Commission just unveiled its proposal for a carbon border adjustment mechanism (aCBAMa) (available here). The proposal provides for a new system where importers...

Guest Post: The TRIPS Vaccine Waiver Controversy
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This is a guest post from law professor Michael Trebilcock and lawyer Dan Poliwoda: THE TRIPS VACCINE WAIVER CONTROVERSY* By Michael Trebilcock Emeritus University Professor of Law University of Toronto Dan Poliwoda Lawyer, Dickinson Wright LLP University of Toronto (J.D.,...

International Economic Law Virtual Book Talk Series 2021 - Upcoming Sessions
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The American Society of International Law's International Economic Law Interest Group is hosting a summer virtual book talk series again this year and so far has held two conversations featuring recent and upcoming books published by Greg Shaffer and Esme...

More on USTR's View of GATT Exceptions in Relation to Non-GATT Goods Agreements
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In a post from February on the U.S. - Origin Marking Requirements (DS597) case, I asked: "Is the U.S. really saying that Article XXI applies beyond the GATT?" Based on the U.S. first written submission in the case, the answer...

USMCA Panel Composition in Dairy Case Announced
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The USMCA Secretariat has posted information on the panel members in the Dairy TRQ case: Panel Selection a Dairy Tariff-Rate Quotas On July 5, 2021, the Parties to the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement, Chapter 31 dispute Dairy TRQ Allocation Measures (CDA-USA-2021-31-01)...

Section 232, the Scope of National Security, and Projecting U.S. Military Power
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In response to legal and political pressure from Congress, the Commerce Department finally released its February 2019 Section 232 investigation report in the autos/auto parts cases. The report is here; the appendices are here. The main recommendation was as follows:...

The ITC Report on the Economic Impact of Trade Agreements
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In response to a request from Congress (via statute), the U.S. International Trade Commission has issued its second report on the Economic Impact of Trade Agreements Implemented Under Trade Authorities Procedures (the previous report is here). The request covered "all...

Decision & Democracy at the WTO: An Insightful New Study Offers a Genealogy of the Consensus Norm
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After Trump, multilateralism is supposedly back. According to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, it is "still our best tool for tackling big global challenges." In the case of trade, of course, multilateralism means, primarily the WTO. The Organization's approach...

SIEL 2021 Conference
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This is from SIEL: SIEL is pleased to invite you to its seventh online Biennial Conference. SIELas 2021 Biennial, will take place July 7-9. Registration is now open, please secure your place here https://siel2021.mticket.it/eng/. The 2021 Biennial Global Conference will...

The Latest U.S. Statement on WTO Dispute Settlement
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In a statement at the Informal TNC and Heads of Delegation Meeting today, the United States said this about WTO dispute settlement: On dispute settlement, the United States believes that Members must undertake fundamental reform if the system is to...

Workshop: Understanding the EU as a Good Global Governance Actor
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Workshop: Understanding the EU as a Good Global Governance Actor Thursday, 1 July 2021 08:15 a 12:45 BST The event is jointly organised by the City Law School Institute for the Study of European Law & the H2020 EUTIP network....

The Possibility of a U.S.-EU Resolution on the Section 232 Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
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In an article from last week, Politico Pro had some interesting quotes from U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on the issue of the Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs. I wish I had the full transcript on this, but I...

Will the Biden Administration Add the Paris Agreement to the USMCA List of Environmental Agreements?
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I've complained before about the lack of transparency in bilateral and regional trade agreements, so I appreciate the public virtual session of the Inaugural Meeting of the Environment Committee of the USMCA/CUSMA/T-MEC. And I appreciate our excellent Cato Trade Policy...

The G7 on Trade: Some Hope for US Return to Binding Multilateral Dispute Settlement?
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Judged by the recent past, the G7 meeting in the UK (with key US allies) was a resounding success. But then again, the Trump administration created a low bar. In 2019, there was no G7 communiquA(c) for the first timeabecause...

The Airbus-Boeing Truce: What Exactly was Agreed?
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Today the U.S. and EU announced a 5 year suspension of the tariffs that were in place after the WTO dispute settlement rulings in the Airbus-Boeing subsidy dispute. Lifting the tariffs is good news (although the U.S. made it clear...

Katherine Tai on Labor Issues in the USMCA and at the WTO
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In a speech today to the AFL-CIO, U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai said the following: The USMCA agreement is a good example of what can happen when labor is at the table. Itas not perfect, but because we collaborated closely...

Cato Online Event (June 21): Can International Rules Improve Domestic Regulation of Digital Trade?
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I was a little late to the party on digital trade agreements, so I'm trying to play catch-up. In order to educate myself, I decided to put together a Cato panel on the issues. Here's the description: Can International Rules...

The Biden Administration's Possible Use of Section 232
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When the Biden administration took office, many of us hoped they would undo the domestic policy and international relations damage caused by the Trump administration's use of Section 232 and Section 301 to impose tariffs. In at least some cases,...

Note from Tom Prusa on World Bankas Temporary Trade Barriers Database
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This is from econ prof Tom Prusa: World Bankas Temporary Trade Barriers Database Updated After at least 5 years without an update I recently discovered that the World Bankas Temporary Trade Barriers Database was updated in March 2021. This database...
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Should Housing Be a Right?
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Sacramento, California, is taking a new approach to dealing with homelessness: Make housing alternatives mandatory.

Drug Schedules Explained
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What are drug schedules? Why is marijuana a Schedule I drug? Drug schedules explained and more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.

What Is a Filibuster?
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What is a filibuster? Why does the Senate want to abolish filibusters? Explanations and more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.

Is My ATV Street Legal?
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More all-terrain vehicles are appearing on public roadways. Are they street legal?

Can You Fly With Cannabis?
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Can you fly with marijuana? Does TSA search for pot? Read more on cannabis law at airports on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.

Texas Plans to Use Citizens as Anti-Abortion Enforcers
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Texas' new anti-abortion law will give citizens the right to sue abortion clinics who are thought to be breaking the law.

What Rights Do Mobile Home Park Tenants Have?
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Tenants in mobile-home parks are being squeezed by market forces and the impact of the pandemic. They lack the same rights as other kinds of residential renters, but some are finding ways to fight back.

Will Psychedelic Drugs Become Legal?
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Cities and states are taking steps toward legalizing psychedelic drugs.

Could Unruly Airline Passengers Prompt Federal Prosecutions?
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A lot of people are misbehaving on airlines. And now the airlines want the federal government to start filing criminal charges. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog about what you should do.

Some States and Cities Help Laid Off Workers Reclaim Former Jobs
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In some locales, new statutes and ordinances are helping laid-off workers get their jobs back.

Are To-Go Cocktails Legally Here to Stay?
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Alcoholic drink-to-go were seen as an economic aid to bars and restaurants during the pandemic. Now they look like a fixture.

Amazon Changes Terms of Service, Allowing Consumer Lawsuits
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Amazon quietly changed its terms of service last month, making it easier for consumers to sue the company. Why? Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog about what it means for you.

Which States Have Made Juneteenth an Official State Holiday?
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While almost all states recognize Juneteenth in some way, only a handful have made it an official state holiday.

Pedestrian Deaths Hit a 30-Year High
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According to a pair of reports, pedestrian deaths are at 30-year highs in 2019 and 2020. Despite fewer drivers on the roads, the ones who are out are driving faster and more recklessly. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Can Academic Freedom Survive the 'Critical Race Theory' Backlash in Legislatures?
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Many lawmakers in the U.S. are working to restrict how teachers can teach about race.

Guest Post: Will the EU CBAM Cover More Than What You Think? Complex Goods, System Boundaries, and Circumvention Under the Commissionas CBAM Proposal
From feedproxy.google

This is a guest post from trade lawyers CA!ndido GarcAa Molyneux & Paul MertenskAPtter: On July 14, the European Commission presented its legislative proposal for a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (aCBAMa). This long-anticipated tool is intended to make importers pay...

The Battle of Ben & Jerry's-WTO Law as a New Front
From feedproxy.google

One week ago, global ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's announced that the firm would no longer allow products to be sold under its brand in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OTP). Israel's continuing occupation of these territories is almost universally...

Per Capita Emissions vs. Manufacturing Emissions: Why Not Do Both?
From feedproxy.google

In the Hindustan Times, trade lawyer RV Anuradha has an op-ed entitled "EUas CBAM, US Carbon Tax undermine international climate and trade laws." What particularly interested me was the description of an alternative focus for climate change mitigation efforts. Whereas...

The Beginning, End, and Imminence of Invoking Essential Security at the WTO
From feedproxy.google

With the release of the latest US submission in United States-Origin Marking Requirement (DS597), it is worth thinking about one of the open questions of the GATT security exceptions in todayas climate a what does it mean to take action...

RCEP dispute settlement - Some observations
From feedproxy.google

As a former WTO lawyer, I am always interested in comparing WTO procedures to those of other trade agreements. I have recently found myself dabbling in RCEPas dispute settlement provisions. While this is yesterdayas news, perhaps some readers who have...

Guest Post: Making the Rules of the Game with Prudence a Analysis of the EUas CBAM Proposal
From feedproxy.google

This is a guest post from trade lawyer Bixuan Wu of the Hiways law firm: On July 14, the European Commission unveiled its ambitious aFit for 55a package, which includes the long-awaited legislative proposal on Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)....

Krugman on Carbon Tariffs
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Paul Krugman has a new op-ed on carbon tariffs that made sense in parts but puzzled me in other parts. Here is the part that I thought made sense: ... You can think of national policies designed to limit greenhouse...

How to begin to think about the WTO compatibility of the European Union CBAM
From feedproxy.google

Widely leaked in various versions over the last weeks, the formal Commission proposals for carbon border adjustment have today been publically released. Already on social media, a debate has been unleashed (not surprisingly) about the WTO compatability of the proposals,...

CBAM enters with a BANG: the European Commission puts forth its carbon border adjustment mechanism proposal
From feedproxy.google

This is a guest post by trade lawyer Victor Crochet of Van Bael & Bellis The European Commission just unveiled its proposal for a carbon border adjustment mechanism (aCBAMa) (available here). The proposal provides for a new system where importers...

Guest Post: The TRIPS Vaccine Waiver Controversy
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This is a guest post from law professor Michael Trebilcock and lawyer Dan Poliwoda: THE TRIPS VACCINE WAIVER CONTROVERSY* By Michael Trebilcock Emeritus University Professor of Law University of Toronto Dan Poliwoda Lawyer, Dickinson Wright LLP University of Toronto (J.D.,...

International Economic Law Virtual Book Talk Series 2021 - Upcoming Sessions
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The American Society of International Law's International Economic Law Interest Group is hosting a summer virtual book talk series again this year and so far has held two conversations featuring recent and upcoming books published by Greg Shaffer and Esme...

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