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Trade Remedy & Trade Compliance

Our top-ranked international Trade Remedy & Trade Compliance team has handled more than 80 anti-dumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) cases before the US Department of Commerce (DOC) and the US International Trade Commission (ITC) covering a variety of products from many different countries across many industries, as well as appeals to US courts, binational panels and the World Trade Organization (WTO). The team specializes in complex cases, developing cutting-edge strategies tailored to our clients' business objectives to achieve favorable results. Additionally, the team counsels clients with respect to nontraditional US trade remedy measures, such as Section 232 national security investigations before DOC and Section 301 proceedings before the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR). The team also represents US producers and exporters in trade remedy investigations in other countries.

  • Elite Practitioners: Our team features a deep bench of former US government officials, including former officials from DOC, USTR, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and attorneys from the US Court of International Trade (CIT).

  • Complex Trade Remedies Cases: Clients turn to our Trade Remedy & Trade Compliance team for its considerable expertise in handling complex trade issues that require sophisticated and creative solutions.

  • Unparalleled Technical Expertise: Our full-service team of trade attorneys and international trade specialists has significant experience in developing complex, data-driven strategies essential to favorable outcomes in trade remedy proceedings.

Experience Highlights

  • Successfully obtained de minimis rates in the final results of four consecutive AD administrative reviews on Corrosion-Resistant Steel from Korea, which covered hundreds of millions of dollars in imports and resulted in tens of millions of dollars in AD refunds.
  • On behalf of multiple clients our team secured de minimis rates in two consecutive AD administrative reviews on Cold Rolled Steel from Korea, and two consecutive AD admonitive reviews on Carbon and Alloy Steel Cut-to-Length Plate from Korea.
  • Represented a Canadian provincial government in the CVD investigation (and subsequent administrative reviews) of Softwood Lumber from Canada and one of the largest Canadian producers in both the AD and CVD investigations, which covered more than $5 billion worth of imports.
  • Achieved significant victories in seven separate appeals at the US Court of International Trade involving AD administrative reviews of Oil Country Tubular Goods from Korea, Welded Line Pipe from Korea and Circular Welded Non-Alloy Steel Pipe from Korea, where the court overturned DOC's application of Particular Market Situation adjustments.
  • Achieved outright victories before the US Court of International Trade reversing determinations by the Department of Commerce to apply “adverse facts available” in appeals involving Oil Country Tubular Goods from Korea, Cold Rolled Steel from Korea, and Large Power Transformers from Korea.
  • Represented a large, home-appliance manufacturer in the injury and remedy phases of the Section 201 investigation of Large Residential Washers at the ITC and in the presidential phase at USTR.
  • Represented one of the largest producers in the AD investigations of Mattresses from China and Indonesia, which collectively covered hundreds of millions of dollars in imports. In the Indonesia case, on behalf of our client we obtained the lowest AD rate, 2.22%, among all identified companies in seven countries in the Mattresses from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam AD investigations at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
  • We represented the largest Indonesian producer/exporter of wind towers in the recent AD and CVD investigations of Utility Scale Wind Towers from Indonesia before the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission. In litigation before the U.S. Court of International Trade, on behalf of our client our team achieved a de minimis CVD rate and full revocation of the CVD order.
  • Successfully obtained a de minimis rate in the final determination of the AD investigation of Fine Denier Polyester Staple Fiber from Korea, resulting in our client’s exclusion from the AD order.
  • On behalf of the Peruvian blueberry industry our team secured a significant win at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in which the ITC unanimously determined that imports of blueberries from Peru, Canada, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina were not injuring U.S. blueberry growers. The finding terminated the proceeding which sought to impose trade restrictions on imported blueberries to protect the U.S. growers.

Key Contacts

J. David Park
J. David Park
Washington, D.C.;
+1 202.942.5646 +82 2 6744 2000
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    International Trade: Trade Remedies & Trade Policy (Nationwide) (2022)
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    International Trade: Trade Remedies & Trade Policy (USA) (2022)