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Adams Lee has more than twenty years’ experience providing strategic advice and legal guidance on complex international trade and administrative regulatory matters to US and foreign companies, trade associations, and foreign governments. He advises companies in a broad range of industries on international trade remedy and trade policy issues.

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Happier times….

Well, that escalated quickly!

The U.S.-China trade war is back on.

President Trump last week announced that the U.S. will impose 25% tariffs on about $50 billion worth of Chinese imports, ostensibly to punish China for its “systematic theft” of U.S. intellectual property and/or to reduce America’s trade deficit

China trade casesPresident Trump’s promises of tougher enforcement of U.S. trade laws has triggered the filing of an unprecedented wave of new antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) petitions in the past few months. The U.S. already has many 397 AD and CVD orders in place, going back as far as 1977.  These orders cover 157 different

US-China Trade WarThe Trump administration just launched two investigations to see if steel and aluminum imports threaten to impair the national security of the United States. Because these investigations were self-initiated by the Trump administration, many believe it pre-ordained that some type of import restrictions will be imposed. But here are a few reasons why imports should

international Trade lawyersEmboldened by President Trump’s promise of tougher enforcement of U.S. trade laws, a fresh wave of new antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) petitions were filed in March by domestic U.S. industries seeking relief from imports. The petitions cover five products (silicon metal,  aluminum foil, biodiesel fuel, wire rod, and carton closing staples)