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International Trade Remedies

Providing international trade solutions.

Our international trade remedies law team advises clients on complex challenges involving antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) cases, quotas or increased duties under escape clause provisions of U.S. law, intellectual property violations litigated at the U.S. International Trade Commission, import surges under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), and anti-circumvention and scope issues arising from duties or quotas.

In working with international trading companies, foreign trade associations and corporations worldwide, our international trade remedies team closely coordinates trade remedies strategy with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) strategy to ensure goods are imported efficiently and with proper duty rates imposed. We also counsel companies involved in mergers and acquisitions that could be affected materially by international trade remedies issues.

Case Study
WPC Technologies

Our team achieved a unanimous decision and helped a small American manufacturer level the playing field by achieving fair pricing for its core product.

Case Study

Our team secured a first-of-its-kind decision from the U.S. Court of International Trade.

Representative Experience

  • Represented a major Turkish producer to be excluded from both the antidumping and countervailing duty orders on steel wire nails.
  • Represented the only Chinese flooring company to be excluded from both the antidumping and countervailing duty orders on multilayered wood flooring.
  • Represented a Mexican chemical producer in devising a strategy to minimize its dumping duties and subsequently exclude the company altogether from the dumping orders after a sunset review by the ITC.
  • Assisted a producer in the United Kingdom to avoid punitive duties due to alleged circumvention of a dumping order and devising business strategies going forward.
  • On behalf of a Chinese trade association, won a decision at the ITC of no injury to the U.S. hardwood plywood industry resulting in no dumping or countervailing duties for members of the association.
  • Obtained a significant refund for a large importer of wire hangers from China operating under a dumping order.
  • Obtained a scope ruling for a U.S. importer of wire hangers, stating that certain imported wire hangers were outside the scope of the antidumping duty order. Also assisted several wire hanger importers faced with a U.S. Customs anti-circumvention investigation and audit.
  • Assisted a U.S. importer of welded and seamless steel pipes faced with a U.S. Customs anti-circumvention investigation and audit.
  • Assisted a U.S. importer of cut-to-length steel plate to demonstrate that the company’s goods are excluded from the scope of the antidumping duty order.
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February 2022 Trade Law Update
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November 2021 Trade Law Update
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October 2021 Trade Law Update
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September 2021 Trade Law Update
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News Releases | June 10, 2020
Husch Blackwell Secures ITC Win for TricorBraun-Led Importers

Working with Husch Blackwell’s Washington, DC-based International Trade Remedies team headed by Jeffrey Neeley, TricorBraun developed a coordinated strategy to protect the current supply of glassware available to small and mid-market businesses across the U.S.

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