1 Fundamentally, case management is a shared responsibility of courts and the litigants whose case is being heard. But the term is often used in a narrower sense to highlight the central role that courts play in case progression. In a similar vein, this entry focuses on the role of World Trade Organization (WTO) adjudicating bodies and approaches ‘case management’ as an aspect of judicial case management. 2 Case management is necessary at the general court level and the individual judges’ level. At the general court level, court leadership needs to ‘macro-manage’...
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