Kang Woo Lee's practice focuses on antidumping and countervailing investigations and administrative reviews before the Department of Commerce and investigations before the International Trade Commission. Mr. Lee also advises US and foreign clients on various issues of international law and policy.
In addition, he assists clients on developing, implementing, and enhancing corporate compliance and ethics programs to address potential anti-corruption and anti-bribery risks, and advises companies in connection with corporate internal and governmental investigations.
- Large steel manufacturer in defending against allegations of dumping in three separate investigations of Korean line pipe.
- Large steel manufacturer in defending against allegations of dumping in investigation of Korean oil country tubular goods.
- Manufacturer in defending against allegations of dumping in investigation of Korean large power transformers.
- Large steel manufacturer in antidumping administrative reviews of Korean circular welded non-alloy steel pipe.
- Large steel manufacturer in antidumping administrative reviews of Korean cold-rolled and corrosion-resistant carbon steel flat products.
- Manufacturer in defending against allegations of subsidization in investigation of Canadian UGW paper products.
- LLM, Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center, 2014
- JD, Seattle University School of Law, 2013
- BA, Political Science, University of Michigan, 2010, cum laude
- District of Columbia
- US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- US Court of International Trade
- Court of Appeals of Washington, Division 1, The Honorable Robert J. Leach
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Korean American Bar Association
- Member, DC Bar Pro Bono Center