Contributing Lawyers

Canada

Cyndee Todgham Cherniak

United States

Susan Kohn Ross

Australia

Andrew Hudson



Australian Productivity Commission issues draft Report in Anti-Dumping Inquiry

 

We have previously reported on the Australian Productivity Commission's review of Australia's Anti-Dumping and Counterveiling systems.

On 10 September 2009, the Productivity Commission issue its draft Inquiry Report...

Chinese Rubber Dispute - Round 2

Last Friday, President Obama announced he would impose additional tariffs on Chinese tires but at lower rates than the ITC originally recommended. The ITC proposed 55% the first year, 45% the second year and 35% the third year....

Other Trade Remedy Efforts

Just as the Steelworkers have gotten creative in their use of the 421 proceeding, we are also seeing more and more efforts made with antidumping cases. While those efforts tend to be covered in the press, there are things going...

China Rubber Dispute

On June 18, 2009, the International Trade Commission (ITC) made a finding of market disruption related to certain passenger and light truck tires imported into the U.S. from China. As a result, the ITC recommended on June 29,...

Priority Legislative Issues

At a recent trade association event, one of the Members of the California Congressional delegation identified the critical issues facing Congress as energy, health care and education, followed by immigration. ...

Food Safety Seminar Series

Given the rising importance placed on food safety, the Foreign Trade Association, iwhich is headquartered in the Greater Los Angeles area, is hosting a two-part series providing an international perspective on food safety. Laws...

Proposed Goods Movement Tax Increase

H.R. 2355 has been introduced with the goal of raising funding to support infrastructure projects. By its terms, the bill provides that states will be given yearly grants from the funds raised in proportion to their contribution...