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April 14, 2016, Harvard International Arbitration Law Students Association, Harvard Law School
January 15, 2017, South China Morning Post
South China Morning Post references a Law360 article by John Veroneau and Catherine Gibson uncovering Section 338 of the Trade Act of 1930 which gives the president the ability to impose tariffs of up to 50 per cent and then, if escalation was required, block imports completely.
January 5, 2017, Financial Times
The Financial Times highlights a statute uncovered by John Veroneau and Catherine Gibson allowing presidents to impose tariffs on imports from countries found to “discriminate” against the U.S. in an article regarding President-elect Donald Trump’s plans for trade policy. Veroneau and Gibson’s article on Section 338 of the Trade Act of 1930 can be found here.
November 28, 2016, Lexpert
Catherine Gibson is quoted in a Lexpert article regarding cultural protectionism claims against Canada by investors abroad. According to Gibson, “My impression is that Canada cycles between encouraging foreign investment and its nationalist concerns.”
She adds that “[t]he U.S. government remains concerned about the discriminatory broadcasting policies that ...