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International Trade Commission (ITC) and United States Department of Commerce (DOC)

Represented major manufacturer in a DOC and ITC investigation into certain steel wheels supplied from the People's Republic of China with respect to potential anti-dumping (ADD) and countervailing duties (CVD). Matter concerned economic and quality-related factors establishing necessity of certain imports; and providing information for the government’s consideration in determining whether to impose ADD and CVD, and import penalties under the critical circumstances standard.

Represented multiple United States-based and multinational manufacturing companies with international supply chains in tariff and duty challenges imposed under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, one of the principal statutes by which the United States enforces trade agreements and addresses unjustifiable burdens on U.S. commerce.