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Cornell University Law School, J.D.


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Daniel Porter
Chair, International Trade
Washington, D.C.
PHONE: +1 202 452 7340
FAX:+1 202 452 7333
PHONE: +86 10 8564 6200
FAX: +86 10 8564 6225
PHONE:+41 22 718 3500
FAX:+41 22 718 3502

Mr. Porter is the Head of the Curtis International Trade Practice Group.  Mr. Porter counsels government and industry clients on the myriad of U.S. laws that affect the cross-border shipment of goods, including trade remedy provisions (e.g. antidumping and subsidy),  Customs regulations and other special trade case proceedings, such as safeguard, Section 301 and Section 232.

Mr. Porter has assisted and defended numerous clients with exporting operations in Argentina, Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Oman, Kazakhstan, Spain and Vietnam.  He has also been active in several WTO disputes across a range of issues.   Mr. Porter also advises companies making submissions to CFIUS, and confronting international trade regulatory issues in their cross border M&A transactions.  

Mr. Porter is ranked as a leading International Trade lawyer in both the US and in the Asia-Pacific region by Chambers Global, Chambers Asia-Pacific and Chambers USA. Chambers writes that “Daniel Porter is an “expert in U.S. 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.  Mr. Porter is also recommended for his work in International Trade, particularly for his experience in East Asia, by Legal 500 USA.


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Recognized as a leading lawyer in International Trade by Chambers USA
Recognized as a leading lawyer in International Trade by Chambers Global
Recognized as a leading lawyer in International Trade by Chambers Asia-Pacific
Recommended for International Trade by Legal 500 USA

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