Jurisdiction and the Court of International Trade: Remarks of the Honorable Gregory W. Carman at the Conference on International Business Practice Presented by the Center for Dispute Resolution on February 27-28, 1992

Carman, Gregory W. | January 1, 1992

The United States and the other countries of the world will continue to develop rules and laws governing their relationships in international commercial matters as the years ensue. As part of that agenda, lawyers and members of the international trading community should be familiar with the dispute resolution provisions of the United States Court of International Trade and some of the procedural and substantive problems of the Court. The Court’s function is to judicially review disputes under the customs and trade laws of the United States.