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Litigation Strategies in U.S. International Trade Law - The Overarching Issues One Needs to Know

Instructor: Alice Kipel
Product ID: 700702
  • Duration: 60 Min

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Emphasis will be placed on litigation strategies for various fora, including U.S. administrative, U.S. appellate, and international dispute settlement bodies.

Description

This presentation will first briefly review the key laws that govern U.S. international trade. Thereafter, it will analyze important issues that the exporting/importing community needs to keep in mind; the program will also address major issues that U.S. domestic industries should consider.

Compliance with the rules governing U.S. international trade means compliance with a variety of regimes: a) U.S. trade and Customs laws, b) the multilateral trading regime established by the Uruguay Round international trade agreements, and c) relevant bilateral and geographically-limited trade agreements. Inter alia, this complex and interconnected network of laws and treaties provides for dispute settlement through litigation. With respect to litigation options, the strategies and issues often differ for a) an importer bringing goods into the United States, versus b) a foreign producer desiring to export into the U.S. market, versus c) a U.S. domestic manufacturer. To provide context, this presentation will first briefly review the key laws that govern U.S. international trade. Thereafter, it will analyze important issues that the exporting/importing community needs to keep in mind; the program will also address major issues that U.S. domestic industries should consider.

Areas Covered in the seminar:

  • Which tools can be used to combat which sorts of problems?
  • Alternatively, what conduct can lead to litigation?
  • What are the key statutory and regulatory provisions relevant to U.S. international trade litigation?
  • What should a defendant/respondent do to protect its interests?
  • Which fora are implicated and what happens in each?
  • What role does the WTO play in U.S. trade litigation?
  • How much/what can private litigants control?
  • What can be done to reduce litigation risks?
  • Monitoring.

Who Will Benefit:

The program will provide information of benefit to U.S. companies facing import competition and U.S. companies who rely on imports.

  • Marketing/sales managers who monitor market conditions
  • International trade/customs managers
  • Intellectual property (IP) counsel and IP department heads
  • General counsels
  • Outside counsel working with companies who rely heavily on imports or who face import competition would benefit from this program

Instructor Profile:

Alice Kipel, is a partner with Steptoe & Johnson LLP, in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She specializes in international trade matters, chiefly those affecting imports into the United States. Ms. Kipel has extensive experience in litigation before the U.S. International Trade Commission in actions arising under Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended (unfair import practices). She also has been involved in all facets of Title VII proceedings (antidumping and countervailing duty cases), at both the International Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce. A significant portion of Ms. Kipel’s practice entails appearing in appellate proceedings before the U.S. Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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