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All athletes should have the right to a grievance process where they have an equal say about the choice of arbitrator and have complete ownership over their name, image and likeness, according to new benchmark principles released Thursday by a group of major international sports players unions.
The World Trade Organization has struggled to get ambitious negotiations off the ground for years, but experts say this week’s failure to deliver any concrete results at its ministerial summit could mark a breaking point for the WTO as we know it.
World Trade Organization members wrapped up their biennial summit without agreement on any major issues Wednesday, opting instead to kick the can down the road and focus on smaller agreements in areas like fishing subsidies, e-commerce and investment.
Dentons has announced the addition of a pair of former Mayer Brown LLP partners to the litigation and dispute resolution teams at its Washington, D.C., office, where they will focus on insurance and financial litigation issues.
The global business community expressed its “strong and unequivocal support” for the World Trade Organization Tuesday and urged governments to take steps to strengthen the WTO system to promote “shared economic prosperity, legal certainty and a level playing-field for international enterprise.”