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North American Free Trade Area - Selected Bibliography [2004] PICTRes 4 (26 February 2004)

Last updated 02/26/04

 


 

NAFTA – Selected Bibliography

 


 

See also: “International Arbitration – Selected Bibliography [available at: http://www.pict-pcti.org/publications/bibliographies/International_Arbitration.doc].

 

 

Alvarez, Guillermo Aguilar, Mexican View on the Operation of NAFTA for the Resolution of Canada-U.S.-Mexico Disputes, 26 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 219 (2000).

—      & William W. Park, The New Face of Investment Arbitration: NAFTA Chapter 11, 28(2) The Yale Journal of International Law 365 (Summer 2003).

American Journal of International Law, Protection of Foreign Investment under the NAFTA Chapter 11--UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules--National Treatment--Performance Requirements--Fair and Equitable Treatment--Expropriation--Damages--Allocation of Costs, 97(4) American Journal of International Law 937 (October 2003).

Amor, Bernardo Sepulveda, International Law and National Sovereignty: The NAFTA and the Claims of Mexican Jurisdiction, 19 Houston Journal of International Law 565 (1996-1997).

Arnett, Carrie Anne, The Mexican trucking dispute: a bottleneck to free trade. A tough (road) test on the NAFTA dispute settlement mechanism, 25(3) Houston Journal of International Law 561-621 (Spring 2003).

Atik, Jeffery, National Treatment in the NAFTA Trucking Case, 42 South Texas Law Review 1249 (2001).

Baccari, Jake A., The Loewen Claim: A Creative Use of NAFTA's Chapter 11, 34(3) The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 465 (Summer 2003).

Becker, Mark D., Uniform NAFTA Power of Attorney between Canada, Mexico and the U.S., 5 Transnational Law. 341 (1992).

Bouzari, Eloise Henderson, Public Policy Exception to Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards: Implications for Post-NAFTA Jurisprudence, 30 Texas International Law Journal 205 (1995).

Boyd, Damon L., Trade Secret Doctrines of the NAFTA Countries: The Sources of Law, the Remedies Available, and Suggestions for Improvement, 14 Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law 879 (1997).

Brower, Charles H. II, NAFTA's Investment Chapter: Initial Thoughts About Second-Generation Rights, 36(5) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1533 (November 2003).

—      Investor-State Disputes under NAFTA: A Tale of Fear and Equilibrium, 29 Pepperdine Law Review 43 (2001-2002).

—      Investor-State Disputes under NAFTA: The Empire Strikes Back, 40 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 43 (2001-2002).

Brower, Charles N., Who Then Should Judge: Developing the International Rule of Law under NAFTA Chapter 11, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 193 (2001).

Brunetti, Maurizio, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, NAFTA Chapter 11, and the Doctrine of Indirect Expropriation, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 203 (2001)

Buffalo Law Review, An Investor-State Dispute Mechanism in the Free Trade Area of the Americas: Lessons from NAFTA Chapter Eleven, 51(4) Buffalo Law Review 1145 (Fall 2003).

Burton, Matthew, Assigning the Judicial Power to International Tribunals: NAFTA Binational Panels and Foreign Affairs Flexibility, 88(7) Virginia Law Review 1529 (November 2002).

Byrne, Justin, NAFTA Dispute Resolution: Implementing True Rule-Based Diplomacy through Direct Access, 35 Texas International Law Journal 415 (2000).

Cassidy, Robert, Dispute Resolution under NAFTA: A U.S. Perspective, 23 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 147 (1997).

Cho, Michael Sang H., Private Enforcement of NAFTA Environmental Standards through Transnational Mass Tort Litigation: The Role of United States Courts in the Age of Free Trade, 27 St. Mary’s Law Journal 817 (1995-1996).

Coe, Jack, J. Jr.,Taking Stock of NAFTA Chapter 11 in Its Tenth Year: An Interim Sketch of Selected Themes, Issues, and Methods, 36(4) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1381 (October 2003).

—      Domestic court control of investment awards: necessary evil or Achilles heel within NAFTA and the proposed FTAA?, 19 (3) Journal of International Arbitration 185 (June 2002).

Daly, Justine, Has Mexico Crossed the Border on State Responsibility for Economic Injury to Aliens - Foreign Investment and the Calvo Clause in Mexico after the NAFTA, 25 St. Mary’s Law Journal 1147 (1993-1994).

DeRoma, Nicholas J., Introduction: The Mexican View on the Operation of NAFTA for the Resolution of Canada-U.S.-Mexico Disputes, 26 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 217 (2000).

Dodge, William S., Loewen v. United States: trials and errors under NAFTA Chapter Eleven, 52(2) DePaul Law Review 563 (Winter 2002).

—      National Courts and International Arbitration: Exhaustion of Remedies and Res Judicata under Chapter Eleven of NAFTA, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 357 (1999-2000).

Dypski, Michael Cornell, An Examination of Investor-State Dispute Resolution under the MERCOSUR and NAFTA Regimes, 8(1/2) NAFTA: Law & Business Review of the Americas 217 (Winter/Spring 2002).

Endsley, Harry B., Dispute Settlement under the CFTA and NAFTA: From Eleventh-Hour Innovation to Accepted Institution, 18 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 659 (1994-1995).

Epstein, Richard A., Smoothing the boundary between foreign and domestic law: comments on Professors Dodge, Golove, and Stephan, 52(2) DePaul Law Review 663 (Winter 2002).

Folsom, Ralph Haugwot et al, Handbook of NAFTA Dispute Settlement (Ardsley NY: Transnational Publishers, 1998-).

Foy, Patrick G., Effectiveness of NAFTA's Chapter Eleven Investor-State Arbitration Procedures, 18(1) ICSID Review 44 (Spring 2003).

Fracassi, Fulvio, Confidentiality and NAFTA Chapter 11 Arbitrations, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 213 (2001).

Freeman, Elyse M., Regulatory Expropriation Under NAFTA Chapter 11: Some Lessons From the European Court of Human Rights, 42(1) Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 177 (2003).

Gal-Or, Noemi, Private Party Direct Access: A Comparison of the NAFTA and the EU Disciplines,
21 British Colombia International & Comparative Law Review 1 (1998).

Gantz, David A., Dispute Settlement under the NAFTA and the WTO: Choice of Forum Opportunities and Risks for the NAFTA Parties, 14 American University International Law Review 1025 (1998-1999).

—      Some Comments on NAFTA's Chapter 11, 42 Southern Texas Law Review 1285 (2001).

Garcia, Ricardo Olivera, Dispute Resolution Regulation and Experiences in MERCOSUR: The Recent Olivos Protocol, 8(4) NAFTA: Law & Business Review of the Americas 535 (Fall 2002).

George Washington International Law Review, Chapter 20 dispute resolution under NAFTA: fact or fiction? 35(4) George Washington International Law Review 1001 (2003).

Hastings International & Comparative Law Review, Pope & Talbot, Inc. v. Government of Canada: Award in Relation to Preliminary Motion by Government of Canada to Dismiss the Claim because It Falls Outside the Scope and Coverage of NAFTA Chapter Eleven--Measures Relating to Investment Motion, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 435 (1999-2000).

Horlick, Gary, WTO and NAFTA Rules and Dispute Resolution: Selected Essays on Antidumping, Subsidies and Other Measures (London: Cameron May, 2003).

Jensen, Patricia, Trade Dispute Resolution under NAFTA, 18 Hamline Law Review 309 (1994-1995).

Jiminez, Maximo Romero, Considerations of NAFTA Chapter 11, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 243 (2001).

Joelson, Mark R., Resolving trade disputes under the NAFTA: Chapter 19 binational panels come of age, 20(2) Journal of International Arbitration 121 (April 2003).

Jones, Ray C., NAFTA Chapter 11 Investor-to-State Dispute Resolution: A Shield to Be Embraced or a Sword to Be Feared, 2002 BYU Law Review 527 (2002).

Kelly, Michael J., Bringing a Complaint under the NAFTA Environmental Side Accord: Difficult Steps under a Procedural Paper Tiger, but Movement in the Right Direction, 24 Pepperdine Law Review 71 (1996-1997).

King, Henry T. Jr., Introduction: Sovereignty and Investment Issues--Chapter 11 of NAFTA--What Are the Implications for Sovereignty, 24 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 279 (1998).

—      Dispute Resolution under NAFTA, 23 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 145 (1997).

Kirkman, Courtney C., Fair and equitable treatment: Methanex v. United States the narrowing scope of NAFTA Article 1105, 34(1) Law and Policy in International Business 343 (Fall 2002).

Kurtz, Jurgen, General Investment Agreement in the WTO - Lessons from Chapter 11 of NAFTA and the OECD Multilateral Agreement on Investment, 23 University of Pennsylvania. Journal of International Economic Law 713 (2002).

Laird, Ian A. NAFTA Chapter 11 Meets Chicken Little, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 223 (2001).

Legum, Barton, The Innovation of Investor-State Arbitration under NAFTA, 43(2) Harvard International Law Journal 531 (Summer 2002).

Levesque, Celine, Investor-State Arbitration under NAFTA Chapter 11: What Lies Beneath Jurisdictional Challenges, 17(2) ICSID Review 320 (Fall 2002).

Lee, Jacob S., No Double-Dipping Allowed: An Analysis of Waste Management, Inc. v. United Mexican States and the Article 1121 Waiver Requirement for Arbitration under Chapter 11 of NAFTA, 69 Fordham Law Review 2655 (2000-2001).

Lopez, David, Dispute Resolution under NAFTA: Lessons from the Early Experience, 32 Texas International Law Journal 163 (1997).

Louthan, Steve, Brave New Lochner Era: The Constitutionality of NAFTA Chapter 11,
155. 34 Vand. J. Transnatl. L. 1443 (2001).

MacDonald, Donald S., Chapter 11 of NAFTA: What Are the Implications for Sovereignty, 24 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 281 (1998).

Matiation, Stefan, Arbitration with two twists: Loewen v. United States and Free Trade Commission intervention in NAFTA Chapter 11 disputes, 24(2) University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 451 (Summer 2003).

McIlroy, James, Private Investment Claims against State and Provinces--The Impact of NAFTA Chapter 11 on Sub-Federal Government Agencies, 27 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 323 (2001).

McNiel, Dale E., NAFTA Panel Decision on Canadian Tariff-Rate Quotas: Imagining a Tariffying Bargain,
22 Yale Journal of International Law 345 (1997).

Moody-O'Grady, Kristin, Dispute Settlement Provisions in the NAFTA and the CAFTA: Progress or Protectionism, 18 Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 121 (1994).

Murphy, Sean D., NAFTA Decision on Continuous Nationality and Local Remedies, 97(3) American Journal of International Law 700 (July 2003).

NAFTA Arbitration Reports (London: Cameron May, 2002-)

Napoles, Robert, Dispute Resolution under Chapter 19 of the NAFTA: Antidumping and Countervailing Business as Usual, 10 Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law 459 (1993).

Olaso, Hector, Have Public Interests Been Forgotten in NAFTA Chapter 11 Foreign Investor/Host State Arbitration? Some Conclusions from the Judgment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia on the Case of Mexico v. Metalclad, 8(1/2) NAFTA: Law & Business Review of the Americas 189 (Winter/Spring 2002).

Park, William W., Arbitration and the Fisc: NAFTA's Tax Veto, 2 Chicago Journal of International Law 231 (2001).

Pearce, Clyde C., Arbitration under NAFTA Chapter Eleven: Some Pragmatic Reflections upon the First Case Filed against Mexico, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 311 (1999-2000).

Pencier, Joseph de, Investment, Environment and Dispute Settlement: Arbitration under NAFTA Chapter Eleven, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 409 (1999-2000).

Picker, Sidney Jr., NAFTA Chapter 20 Dispute Resolution Process: A View from the Inside, 23 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 525 (1997).

—      NAFTA Chapter Twenty--Reflections on Party-to-Party Dispute Resolution, 14 Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law 465 (1997).

Ponte, Lucille M., Resolving Information Technology Disputes after NAFTA: A Practical Comparison of Domestic and International Arbitration, 7 Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law 43 (1999).

Potter, Simon, Dispute Resolution under NAFTA: A Canadian Perspective, 23 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 151 (1997).

Powell, Lowell, NAFTA Keep on Truckin': Paving the Way for Long-Haul Trucking Operations between Mexico and the United States, 16 Transnational Law 467 (2002-2003).

Powell, Stephen J., Straight Talk about a Complex Issue: The U.S. Standard of Judicial Review of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Determinations: An Important Challenge for NAFTA Panels, 19 Fordham International Law Journal 1451 (1995-1996).

Price, Daniel M., Some Observations on Chapter Eleven of NAFTA, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 421 (1999-2000).

Ritchie, Mark, Democtratizing the Trade Policy-Making Process: The Lessons of NAFTA and Their Implications for the GATT, 27 Cornell International Law Journal 749 (1994).

Robinson, J. Michael, Introduction: Private Investment Claims against State and Provinces--The Impact of NAFTA Chapter 11 on Sub-Federal Government Agencies, 27 Canada-U.S. Law Journal 309 (2001).

Sandrino, Gloria L., Nafta Investment Chapter and Foreign Direct Investment in Mexico: A Third World Perspective, 27 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 259 (1994).

Seymor, Courtney N., The NAFTA Metalclad appeal - subsequent impact or inconsequential error? . . . Only time will tell, 34(1) The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 189 (Winter 2002).

Shapren, Andrew J., NAFTA Chapter 11: a step forward in international trade law or a step backward for democracy? 17(1) Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 323 (Spring 2003).

Sheppard, Hale E., The NAFTA trucking dispute: pretexts for noncompliance and policy justifications for U.S. facilitation of cross-border services, 11(2) Minnesota Journal of Global Trade 235 (Summer 2002).

Staff, Marcia J., Arbitration under NAFTA Chapter 11: Past, Present, and Future, 25 Houston Journal of International Law 301 (2002-2003).

—      & Christine W. Lewis, Arbitration under NAFTA Chapter 11: past, present, and future, 25(2) Houston Journal of International Law 301 (Winter 2003).

Straight, Samuel C., GATT and NAFTA: Marrying Effective Dispute Settlement and the Sovereignty of the Fifty States, 45 Duke Law Journal 216 (1995-1996).

Taylor, Cherie O'Neal, Mexican Trucking Case and NAFTA: Introduction, Commentary, and Afterword
236. 42 Southern Texas Law Review 1239 (2001).

—      Dispute Resolution as a Catalyst for Economic Integration and an Agent for Deepening Integration: NAFTA and MERCOSUR, 17 Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 850 (1996-1997).

Taylor, J. Michael, Dispute Settlement Under the FTAA: An Apparent Melding of WTO, NAFTA and MERCOSUR Approaches, 19(5) Journal of International Arbitration 393 (October 2002).

Tollefson, Chris, Games without frontiers: investor claims and citizen submissions under the NAFTA regime, 27(1) The Yale Journal of International Law 141 (Winter 2002).

—      Metalclad v. United Mexican States revisited: judicial oversight of NAFTA's Chapter Eleven investor-state claim process, 11(2) Minnesota Journal of Global Trade 183 (Summer 2002).

Trakman, Leon E., Dispute Settlement under the NAFTA: Manual and Source Book (Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Transnational Publishers, 1997).

Valihora, Michael S., NAFTA Chapter 19 or the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body: A Hobson's Choice for Canada, 30 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 447 (1998).

Villaneueva, Gabriel Cavazos & Luis F. Serna, Private Parties in the NAFTA Dispute Settlement Mechanisms: The Mexican Experience, 77(4) Tulane Law Review 1017 (March 2003).

Wallace, Don Jr., State Responsibility for Denial of Substantive and Procedural Justice under NAFTA Chapter Eleven, 23 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 393 (1999-2000).

Weiler, Todd, NAFTA Article 1105 and the Principles of International Economic Law, 42(1) Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 35 (2003).

—      The Treatment of SPS Measures under NAFTA Chapter 11: Preliminary Answers to an Open-ended Question, 26(2) Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 229 (Spring 2003).

Woods, Winton deRuyter III, Transnational Litigation of Comprehensive General Liability Coverage in Environmental Impairment Cases and the NAFTA, 15 Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law 345 (1998).


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