Foreign and domestic companies hire Sheppard Mullin attorneys to pursue their interests before the U.S. Commerce Department and the International Trade Commission in antidumping duty and countervailing duty proceedings and appeals to the U.S. Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Partners in the international litigation group work closely with former trade specialists from Commerce and the ITC to represent clients in cases where the domestic producers allege that imports are being sold at unfairly low prices or are being improperly subsidized by foreign governments. We have represented clients in industries ranging from industrial metals and powders to office supplies and agricultural products.
The increasingly integrated global economy and accompanying growth in cross-border transactions have made it essential for companies, both domestic and multinational, to obtain timely, expert advice to ensure compliance with international trade regulations. Such regulations cover a wide spectrum, from export and import controls, customs rules, economic sanctions and blocking orders, to anti-corruption laws, free trade agreements, antiboycott regulations and rules on foreign investment in the United States.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Global Trade Practice