Event 21 Sep. 2022
Kalidou Gadio Speaks at AIEN 2022 International Energy Summit
News 09 Sep. 2022
France’s Cour de Cassation Confirms Set Aside of EUR 452 Million Award Previously Issued Against Libya
Client Alert 20 Sep. 2022
Unexpected Events from Covid to Supply Chain Disruption: Implications for US Contract, Securities and Antitrust Law
Client Alert 29 Jun. 2022
Discovery, Jurisdiction and Service: Changes in U.S. Law and Implications for Japanese Companies
News 28 Sep. 2022
Simon Batifort Quoted by GAR on Proposed Regulations of Third-Party Funding in Europe
Client Alert 27 Sep. 2022
UNCITRAL Working Group III: An Update on Certain Key Issues in ISDS Reform
News 23 Sep. 2022
Curtis Recognized by Latin Lawyer 250 (2023)
Event 22 Sep. 2022
Dori Yoldi Speaks to AbogadasMX on Practicing Law Abroad
News 27 Sep. 2022
Curtis Boosts Riyadh Office with New Corporate Partner Stuart Davies
News 16 Aug. 2022
Curtis Delivers More Firsts for the Government of Oman in its Defense Against U.S. Trade Measures
News 30 Sep. 2022
Jason Wright Wins Small Company Turnaround/Transaction Award at TMA Annual Conference
News 21 Sep. 2022
U.S. Department of State Presents Fulbright Specialist Award to Charles Howland for Project in Uzbekistan
Client Alert 30 Aug. 2022
The EU Adopts the “Maintenance and Alignment” Sanctions Package
Client Alert 20 Jul. 2022
The EU Undertakes Fundamental Reform of the Legal Basis for Sanctions Enforcement
Client Alert 24 Jun. 2021
Update on Virtual Notarization (Executive Order 202.7) During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
Update on Virtual Witnessing (New York Executive Order 202.14) During The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
By law, antidumping and countervailing duties cannot be imposed unless the International Trade Commission (ITC), an independent quasi-judicial agency, makes an affirmative injury determination. Curtis has vast experience and skills in this area. Several of our senior lawyers have managed successful USITC investigations. We have an impressive record of success defending clients in ITC injury proceedings that is virtually unmatched.
Over the past 15 years, our lawyers have won at either the preliminary or final phase a large percentage of the cases in which we led the defense. Although each case ultimately succeeds or fails based on the facts of that case, we have been successful in numerous cases. In some cases, we have persuaded the ITC to make a negative determination, even at the preliminary stage. More often, we successfully argued for the ITC to make a negative determination at the final stage.
An aggressive hands-on management of the case characterizes our approach. Lawyers dig into the factual record of the ITC investigation and search for other sources of information to win the case. To win cases, we have spent hours poring over bankruptcy records, traveled across the country to convince customers to testify before the ITC, and continually developed our knowledge in the industries we represent. The prominence of Curtis’ international trade lawyers explains why, in many of the proceedings, our team was chosen by the joint defense effort to be the lead law firm to develop and present the exporters’ case to the ITC.
Trade Remedy Practice
WTO and International Trade Dispute Settlement
News 20 Sep. 2021
Curtis Defends Sultanate of Oman and Oman Aluminium Rolling Company LLC in U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Case
News 16 Feb. 2021
Curtis Trade Team Prevails in USITC Injury Proceeding; No Trade Restrictions to be Imposed on Canada’s Blueberry Exports to the United States
"Skilled at both Dept. of Commerce proceedings and also International Trade Commission proceedings."
Chambers Global 2019
"They are excellent in their expertise of US antidumping laws."
Chambers USA 2017 - Nationwide: International Trade
"Their analysis is always precise and their response is always quick."
Chambers Asia Pacific 2018