At this webinar — the second in the "USMCA: From Negotiation to Implementation" series — experts consider the implications of eliminating investor-state dispute settlement between the United States and Canada and significantly reducing its scope for U.S. investors in Mexico.
Céline Lévesque
Professor of Law, University of Ottawa; President, Canadian Council on International Law
Simon Lester, J.D.
Associate Director, Cato Institute’s Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies
Hugo Perezcano
Independent Arbitrator, Attorney and International Trade Consultant
International arbitrator and consultant specialized on international dispute settlement, trade and investment. Hugo worked for the Mexican government’s Ministry of Economy for nearly 20 years, where he served as head of Mexico’s trade remedy authority, and formerly as general counsel for international trade negotiations. He was lead counsel for Mexico in investor-state dispute settlement cases under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and other international investment agreements as well as in dispute settlement cases between states conducted under trade agreements that include NAFTA and the World Trade Organization agreement
George Y. Gonzalez
Partner, Haynes and Boone LLP
David A. Gantz
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