Monday, April 26, 2010

ABA Section of International Law -- Canada Committee

ABA Intlaw Canada The American Bar Association Section of International Law has approximately 60 committees that focus on substantive areas of international law practice and on specific regions of the world. 

One of those committees is the Canada Committee.  The Canada Committee focuses on programs and policy dealing with international and cross-border aspects of issues affecting Canada and its trading partners across a broad range of areas, including

  • national security,
  • cross-border litigation,
  • privacy,
  • government procurement,
  • product safety regulation,
  • antitrust,
  • trade remedies,
  • insolvency,
  • customs,
  • immigration,
  • economic sanctions
  • export controls,
  • financing,
  • M&A,
  • public law, and
  • bilateral and multilateral trade and investment agreements, including NAFTA and the agreements of the World Trade Organization.

For more information about the ABA Section of International Law, click here.

For more information about the Canada Committee, click here.

If you're a member of LinkedIn (and a member of the ABA and the ABA Section of International Law), you can join the group for the Canada Committee on LinkedIn.  Click here for more information about the Canada Committee Group on Linked In.

(mew)

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