Our lawyers have represented foreign producers in more than four dozen trade remedy proceedings on products ranging from agricultural goods to cement to complex machinery, electronics, and crude oil.
We have also successfully represented numerous clients in injury proceedings before the U.S. International Trade Commission, including winning the dismissal of four investigations at the preliminary stage.
In addition to antidumping cases, our law office has extensive experience in other trade remedy proceedings, including assisting foreign exporters in countervailing duty proceedings, several global “safeguards” actions, and representing the Chinese textile industry in the first four proceedings brought by the United States under the special textile industry safeguard procedures adopted as a part of China’s accession to the WTO.
Our representative experience includes:
- Successfully defending a U.S. company in the first antidumping case brought by China against the United States after China joined the World Trade Organization.
- Representing Mexican agricultural producers in antidumping actions on tomatoes, cattle, and grapes, resulting in negotiation of a suspension agreement and two successive victories at the preliminary injury investigation stage.
- Effectively defending Japanese and German producers of large custom-made machines in cases focusing on unique dumping analysis and cost calculations for such products.
- Assisting companies from China, Korea, Japan, Mexico, the United States, Canada, Argentina, Venezuela, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Kazakhstan, and Russia in U.S. trade remedy proceedings.
- Developing detailed legal and statistical arguments challenging Commerce’s “Differential Pricing Analysis” and “Particular Market Situation” methodologies for presentation to Commerce and ongoing court appeals.
- Representing the Chinese government and industry in the first four U.S. textile safeguard actions under China’s WTO accession agreement.