Daniel Wilson Co-Authors Article in Georgetown Journal of International Law

Articles / February 9, 2016

Associate Daniel Wilson is the co-author of “2014 in Review: Scope and Procedural Matters Before the Court of International Trade,” an article published in the 2015 edition of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. The article summarizes three procedural issues:

  • The Justice Department’s reluctance to comply with the court’s remand orders.
  • Parties’ motions to strike which are disfavored by the court.
  • Unnecessary opposition to routine preliminary injunctions that are predicates to the court retaining jurisdiction over an appeal.

The article analyzes how these procedural issues result in unnecessary strain upon the CIT appeals process.

Read the article.