Amy S. Dwyer

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Biography

Phi Delta Phi. Author: "Article 13, Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures," in 4 WTO - Trade Remedies: Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2008); "Article 14, Agreement on Safeguards," in 4 WTO - Trade Remedies: Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2008); "Article 17, Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994," in 4 WTO - Trade Remedies: Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2008); "Article 30, Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures," in 4 WTO - Trade Remedies: Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2008); Panel Presentation, "Should the WTO Dispute Settlement System be Modified or Reformed?" reprinted in Occasional Paper No. 5: International Trade Under the Rule of Law, Dean Rusk Center, University of Georgia School of Law (2007); The GATT Uruguay Round: A Negotiating History (1986-1994), Vol. IV: The End Game (Part I): Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, Kluwer Law International, 1999; "State Export Restrictions," in Export Practice: Customs and International Trade Law, Practicing Law Institute, Spring 1994; "The Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Towards Establishing an Effective Regional Contentious Jurisdiction," 13 Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 127, 1990; Co-Author: with T. Stewart, E. Drake and P. Gong, "Rare Earths, An Update: A Fresh Look at the Supplier(s), the Buyers, and the Trade Rules," Paper Presented to a Colloqium of the Global Business Dialogue, Inc. and the Trans-Atlantic Business Dialogue, (June 9, 2011); with T. Stewart and P. McDonough, "Preserving the Effectiveness of Trade Remedies for Developing Commonwealth and ACP Countries," Paper Presented in Geneva at the First Joint High Level CDC-ACP-AITIC Workshop on the Agreement on Anti-Dumping Practices (April 28, 2010); with T. Stewart, "Antidumping: Overview of the Agreement," in "Law and Economics of Contingent Protection in International Trade," Cambridge University Press (October 2009); with T. Stewart and P. McDonough, "Moving Forward With Trade Remedies: A Collective Journey," in "Opportunities and Obligations: New Perspectives on Global and US Trade Policy," Kluwer Law International (Fall 2009); with T. Stewart, "Comparative Overview of Anti-Dumping Regulation in the European Communities and the United States of America," in 4 WTO - Trade Remedies: Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2008); with T. Stewart, "Patent Reform Legislation: The TRIPS Agreement and Proposals to Limit Civil Remedies for Certain Patent Violations," Stewart and Stewart (October 2007); with T. Stewart, E. Argenti and P. Butler, "China's Laws, Regulations and Practices in the Areas of Technology Transfer, Trade-Related Investment Measures, Subsidies and Intellectual Property Protection & Which Raise WTO Compliance Concerns," Trade Lawyers Advisory Group (September 2007); with T. Stewart and E. Hein, "Trends in the Last Decade of Trade Remedy Decisions: Problems and Opportunities for the WTO Dispute Settlement System," 24 Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 251 (2007); with T. Stewart, "Doha's Plan B: The Current Pause and Prospects for the WTO - Implications for Agricultural Subsidies," Paper Presented to the Global Business Dialogue, Inc. (September 13, 2006); with T. Stewart and E. Hein, "Proposals for DSU Reform that Address, Directly or Indirectly, the Limitations on Panels and the Appellate Body Not to Create Rights and Obligations," in Reform and Development of the WTO Dispute Settlement System, Cameron May, Ltd., 2006; with T. Stewart, "Dismantling Discrimination in the WTO System: The Importance of the Principle of Non-Discrimination in an Integrating World Economy - A Different Architectural Perspective," Paper Presented at the Cornell-Beida Conference on the WTO System in Beijing, China (May 23, 2006); with T. Stewart and J.D. Stirk, "WTO Dispute Settlement: A Review of the First Nine Years and What Experience Teaches on How Well the DSU is Working," Paper Presented at the ABA International Law Section's Spring Meeting (April 16, 2004); with T. Stewart and M. Prado, "Antidumping, Countervailing Duties, and Trade Remedies: 'Let's Make a Deal?' - Views from a Domestic Practitioner," The International Lawyer (Fall 2003); with T. Stewart, The WTO Dispute Settlement System: An Overview, in "Handbook of WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement," Transnational Publishers, Inc. (2003); with T. Stewart, P. McDonough, M. Prado and A. Karpel, "Rules in a Rules-Based WTO: Key to Growth; The Challenges Ahead," Transnational Publishers Inc., Fall 2002 (also presented at WTO, Geneva, Switzerland, May 23, 2002); with T. Stewart, "Sunset Reviews of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Measures - U.S. Implementation of Uruguay Round Commitments," 32(5) Journal of World Trade 101, October 1998; with T. Stewart, "WTO Antidumping and Subsidy Agreements: A Practitioner's Guide to "Sunset" Reviews in Australia, Canada, the European Union, and United States," Kluwer Law International, July 1998; with T. Stewart, "Measuring Domestic Subsidies: Preferential Provision of Goods or Services and Other Domestic Subsidies," GULC Continuing Legal Education Seminar, 1991. Co-Editor: with P. Pescatore and Stewart and Stewart (T. Stewart), "Handbook of WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement," Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2001- (looseleaf and online). Executive Editor/European Economic Community, Boston College International and Comparative Law Review, 1988-1990.

Areas of Practice (18)

  • International Trade
  • International Trade Regulation
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)
  • North American Free Trade Agreement
  • Antidumping
  • Subsidies
  • Countervailing Duties
  • Safeguards
  • Export Regulation
  • Import and Export Law
  • Unfair Competition Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • CIT
  • CAFC
  • Administrative Law
  • ITA
  • ITC
  • Appellate Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-785-4185  Phone
202-466-1286  Fax
www.stewartlaw.com
University Attended:
College of the Holy Cross, B.A., 1986; Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, 1985
Law School Attended:
Boston College, J.D., 1990
Year of First Admission:
1991
Admission:
1991, U.S. Court of International Trade; 1992, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; 1991, Massachusetts; 1993, District of Columbia; 2001, U.S. Supreme Court
Memberships:
District of Columbia Bar.
Languages:
Italian
Birth Information:
Newton, Massachusetts, May 8, 1964
ISLN:
907690205

Peer Reviews

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