Jeremy Dutra is a member of the International Trade Practice Group. His practice focuses on all aspects of international trade proceedings (including antidumping, countervailing duty and other import-related proceedings) and US government contracts law.
Jeremy represents clients before federal district courts throughout the country and the International Trade Commission, as well as courts of appeals and numerous state courts. He has litigated cases involving a diverse array of technologies, including automation, stainless steel processing, software, automotive products and consumer electronics. He has also litigated cases involving trade secret misappropriation, false advertising and unfair competition. Jeremy has been involved in multiple trials, hearings and oral arguments in his 15 years of practicing law.
In addition to his litigation experience, involving intellectual property, antitrust and complex commercial business disputes, Jeremy counsels clients concerning trademark, trade dress and license agreements.
Jeremy also has substantial experience guiding clients concerning government contracts, teaming agreements and subcontracts, bid protests before the Court of Federal Claims, and internal audits and investigations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeremy W Dutra