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  • Canada must learn from NAFTA legal battles

    The Globe and Mail - 11/24/2013

    Brook Baker, a law professor at Northeastern University in Boston, calls this argument a “topsy-turvy” interpretation of so-called national treatment.

    “Under the logic of Eli Lilly’s investor-state claim, foreign investors’ expectations have become unbound,” Prof. Baker writes in a recent issue of Investment Treaty News. “Eli Lilly hitches its investment expectation to the best deal on [intellectural property] achieved anywhere [in the world].”

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