Both U.S. and foreign clients seek our broad expertise in investigations designed to control access by foreign competitors to the U.S. market, such as:
- Section 332 (product and market studies of various industries);
- Section 22 (market disruption by agricultural imports);
- Section 201 (escape clause investigations);
- Section 301 (a part of the Trade Act of 1974 that authorizes unilateral U.S. retaliation if another nation breaches a trade agreement or engages in unjustifiable, unreasonable or discriminatory conduct); and
- Actions under the Generalized System of Preference (a program that admits certain goods from eligible developing countries duty-free into the United States) which are brought before the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR).
Specific Benefits to Clients:
Our attorneys have experience handling both national and international transactions for our clients. With the highest level of expertise and familiarity with the complex nature of these transactions, we can represent our clients quickly and efficiently, saving them both time and resources.