Henry Morris practices within the firm’s International Trade and Commercial Litigation groups. He has particular experience in trade remedies, representing foreign governments and companies in investigations and administrative reviews before the Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission and on appeal at the United States Court of International Trade.
Mr. Morris also works on complex commercial actions, including product liability, representing clients through all phases of litigation in state and federal court.
Mr. Morris maintains an active pro bono practice, which has ranged from representing local tenants to seeking compensatory damages for migrant workers. He recently spent seven months as a Loaned Associate with the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia where he worked in the Housing Law unit and fought for his clients’ rights to safe and secure housing.
- Korean cold-rolled steel manufacturer in multiple antidumping administrative reviews and corresponding appeals to the US Court of International Trade.
- Indonesian wind tower producer in an antidumping and countervailing duty investigation.
- Korean power transformer manufacturer in multiple antidumping administrative reviews.
- JD, University of Virginia School of Law, 2018
- BA, University of Virginia, 2013
- District of Columbia
- United States Court of International Trade