Henry Almond's practice focuses on international trade remedy proceedings and associated litigation before the US Department of Commerce, the US International Trade Commission, and the Court of International Trade. In addition, Mr. Almond advises US and international clients on customs issues and trade policy matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Almond was an associate in the international trade practice at a major international law firm and previously served as a senior international trade analyst in the US Department of Commerce's Import Administration. While there, Mr. Almond served as a primary analyst on a number of antidumping and countervailing proceedings involving a broad range of industries and countries, including Korea, China, India, and Taiwan. In this role, he conducted more than a dozen on-site verifications in the steel, seafood, chemicals, and consumer products industries.


  • Government in defense against allegations of subsidization in investigation of Taiwanese non-oriented electrical steel products.
  • Manufacturer in defense against allegations of dumping in investigation of Japanese chlorinated isocyanurates. Worked as part of team to achieve a finding of no-injury before the US International Trade Commission.
  • Manufacturers in defense against allegations of dumping in investigations of Korean oil country tubular goods and related Court of International Trade litigation.
  • Manufacturer in an antidumping investigation of line pipe and administrative reviews of circular welded non-alloy steel pipe from Korea.
  • Manufacturer in antidumping administrative reviews of large power transformers from Korea.
  • The US domestic frozen fish fillet industry in antidumping proceedings before the US Department of Commerce and the Court of International Trade.
  • Importers and other parties affected by the antidumping and countervailing duty cases on solar products from China and Taiwan.



  • JD, The George Washington University Law School, 2007
  • BA, George Washington University, 2003, cum laude
  • District of Columbia
  • US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • US Court of International Trade
  • Virginia

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