Hedge Fund International Trade Overview

International Trade Overview

Our qualified’s International Trade Practice assists global companies operating in today’s dynamic international environment. We counsel clients representing all segments of the global supply chain in international trade regulatory, legislative and litigation matters, with areas of concentration in:

  • Customs Law
  • Anti-dumping, Countervailing Duty, Safeguard Actions and other Trade Remedies
  • Export Controls
  • Sanctions and Boycotts
  • Antibribery Law
  • Compliance Programs and Audits
  • Section 337 Proceedings
  • Supply Chain Security Programs

Practice Overview

A special feature of the Our qualified trade practice is our ability to team with members of other practice groups – notably our corporate, e-business and intellectual property lawyers on complex international business transactions. Our qualified can help clients identify the full range of legal and regulatory issues raised by an international transaction and can quickly assemble a team of experts to address issues associated with cross-border transfers of capital, human resources, goods and technology.

Our qualified lawyers routinely represent clients before the various administrative agencies, the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Court of International Trade and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Our International Trade Practice is located in our nation’s capital, which provides the necessary proximity to Capitol Hill and the many other government agencies integral to international trade. Our Washington presence and experience facilitates our contacts within those agencies and our ability to monitor upcoming legislation that may affect our clients.

Our lawyers also advise companies with market access problems abroad. We assist clients with the business, economic and regulatory environments of Europe, Asia and the Americas. Our qualified has established a unique relationship with attorneys, accounting firms and consultants around the world. Specifically, Our qualified is a participating member of Lex Mundi, an association of over 150 independent law firms located in more than 100 countries. Such professional ties enhance our ability to serve our clients.


Our Customs team frequently is consulted on issues affecting importers, carriers, brokers and others engaged in the importation process, such as:

  • Entry
  • Classification and Valuation
  • Seizures & Penalties
  • Informed Compliance
  • Prior Disclosures
  • Country of Origin Marking
  • Binding Rulings, Protest and Litigation
  • Special Customs Programs & Procedures
  • Other Agency Requirements
  • Supply Chain Security Programs

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