1. How unwieldy would it be to allow dispute resolution mechanisms to interfere with criminal prosecutions in the U.S. courts? Why would you think the U.S. would never agree to this defense?
2. What is the purpose of having a dispute resolution mechanism in place in a treaty if it could not be used by the citizens of the country who is a signatory?
3. After a case like this, would you expect the GATS Dispute Resolution Board to take up the issue of illegal gambling in the U.S. as a denial of the GATS treaty?