Evidence, Proof, and Fact-Finding in WTO Dispute Settlement
Michelle T. Grando
Reviews and Awards
"Grando writes with a fluid and clear style, and there are many useful summaries of key points and themes at the ends of chapters and elsewhere. There is a short but usable index. The book has been carefully edited; there are few of the glitches too frequently found in modern legal publishing." - James Crook, Transnational Dispute Management
"...one of the first books to present an in-depth analysis of various procedural issues related to evidence, proof, and fact-finding in WTO Dispute Settlement...One of the major qualities of this book is that the author is not only able to explain such very technical concepts, rendering them understandable also even to those who have never appeared in a domesdtic Court, but she also proposes solutions to address the problems identified that have the double merit of being in almost all cases the right ones while at the same time also pragmatic"
"...the central and most valuable aspect of this interesting text is the useful discussion of the theoretical issues of how fact-finding should be conducted and the burden of proof allocated. For this reason, the fact that the text is restricted to the WTO dispute settlement process should not inhibit the lawyer and legal scholar from including this book in their reading list" - Stephen Mason, International and Comparative Law Quarterly
"The problems that are illustrated in this text apply across the globe, and will continue to exercise politicians internationally." - Stephen Mason, KLQ
"This is a fine book...Grando writes with a fluid and clear style, and there are many useful summaries of key points and themes at the ends of chapters and elsewhere." - Transnational Dispute Management