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Chambers USA - Recognized as a leading lawyer in International Trade
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Legal 500 USA - Recommended for International Trade
Practice group head Daniel Porter handles the full spectrum of trade disputes. He acts on behalf of international and domestic-based clients, and peers consider him to be an "extremely effective" practitioner. He has notable capabilities in representing South Korean clients.
Daniel Porter is head of the firm's international trade team and handles the full spectrum of contentious and advisory international trade work. He wins praise from a client who considers him "really good at communicating."
USA International Trade
"Daniel Porter is the most client-centered lawyer I have known in my 20 years of experience; he is fully committed to his client’s case and works exceptionally hard to provide the best possible outcome for the client."
Asia-Pacific Region - International Trade/WTO
He is "enthusiastic and strong in seeing the big picture," and "great at both strategy and tactics."
Nationwide International Trade - Trade Remedies & Trade Policy
Practice group head Daniel Porter handles the full spectrum of trade disputes. He acts on behalf of international and domestic-based clients, and peers consider him to be an "extremely effective" practitioner.
Team head Daniel Porter regularly leads on the most significant matters handled by the firm
USA - International Trade - Trade Remedies & Trade Policy
"Porter chairs the international trade practice and often handles trade remedy litigation. He is experienced in WTO disputes concerning clients from a range of sectors and is adept at handling South Korean-related work."
Asia Pacific Region - International Trade/WTO
"He is very passionate and always keeps trying to give creative ideas to the client," according to an interviewee. He works on a broad range of cases including import/export processes and regulations. Another client is swift to highlight him, stating: "I don’t know a partner who works harder for his clients."
"Daniel Porter chairs the international trade practice and often handles trade remedy litigation. He is experienced in WTO disputes concerning clients from a range of sectors."
Daniel Porter co-leads the firm's international trade group, and works on a wide range of import/export cases. One appreciative client reports that he "communicated very often, he visited us frequently and the performance was very good." He lately defended LG Chem in a pair of distinct US trade cases.
USA - International Trade - Trade Remedies & Trade Policy
Daniel Porter is an "expert in US trade remedy law and WTO anti-dumping agreements," according to sources. He chairs the firm's international trade group and has a wealth of knowledge pertaining to trade remedy litigation. He has particular experience working with clients from South Korea.
USA - International Trade
Daniel Porter has "a lot of experience in the field - he knows how to ease the customer's volume of work," notes one client.
Daniel Porter has over two decades' experience acting for exporters and importers on trade matters, including anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations. He recently acted for Tokyo Steel in a trade case filed by the USA. He is highlighted by one source as "extremely hard-working, tireless and committed to getting everything right."
"...incredibly hard-working and incredibly smart; doggedly pursues his clients' interests"
Asia-Pacific Region - International Trade
Clients value him for "translating legalese into simple language so we can understand and make good decisions."
"deep understanding of anti-dumping and countervailing matters, which far extends beyond legislation to practical aspects of how to succeed in international trade matters."
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