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Katherine supports attorneys and clients dealing with international trade matters.

Katherine understands that tariffs – and international trade in general – can impact client business. Given such challenges, she enjoys being part of the legal team that finds client solutions regarding trade matters. She helps clients and attorneys address issues with trade relief and regulation, including:

  • Antidumping
  • Countervailing duties
  • Export controls
  • Economic sanctions
  • International trade agreements
  • Preference programs

Katherine conducts industry research and analyzes trade data to assist attorneys with client proceedings at the U.S. International Trade Commission, U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Court of International Trade. She also actively monitors U.S. government and global trade developments for issues relating to client matters.




  • M.A., Middle Tennessee State University
    • International Affairs
  • B.S., Middle Tennessee State University
    • summa cum laude
    • International Relations, Spanish and Global Studies minors

Professional Associations and Memberships


  • Spanish, conversant
  • Assisted litigation team in successfully defending pharmaceutical manufacturer in U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against competitor's claim that generic drug was marketed unfairly.
  • Assisted team that represented client in Thailand that received favorable negative preliminary antidumping determination from Department of Commerce
Thought Leadership
Blog Posts
January Trade Law Newsletter
February 05, 2019
November Trade Law Newsletter
December 04, 2018
October Trade Newsletter
November 05, 2018
NAFTA Renegotiations Update
November 28, 2017
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Outside the Office

Katherine enjoys seeing all Washington, DC, has to offer.

She spends time in the city and visits museums. She also loves outdoor activities such as rock climbing, hiking, rafting and kayaking.