St. Louis Partner Brandon Neuschafer was quoted June 1 by Law360 regarding the World Trade Organization’s final rejection of the Obama administration’s country of origin labeling, known as COOL. The WTO has deemed the rules a discriminatory trade barrier. The House Agriculture Committee quickly moved to approve a bill that would repeal the COOL regulations, a measure Neuschafer said he expects to become law in relatively short order. “There will be a number of congressmen and congresswomen who will want to have their say on the politics of the issue with regard to protection of consumers and giving consumers the right to know the origin of meat products,” Neuschafer told Law360. “But I think that it is highly likely that this will pass without significant impediment.” Click here to read the full article.