Timothy C. Brightbill

Wiley Rein LLP


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Common country-of-origin rules: how will they affect your imports?

USA - August 11 2010 Determining the proper country of origin for imported merchandise is a significant and growing challenge in international trade.

Maureen E. Thorson

Court of International Trade rules against Commerce's application of countervailing duty law to China

China, USA - September 21 2009 On September 18, 2009, Judge Jane A. Restani of the U.S. Court of International Trade issued her decision in a hotly contested case regarding the application of U.S. countervailing duty laws to China.

Maureen E. Thorson

Fourteen WTO members announce plan to negotiate new environmental goods agreement

Global - January 31 2014 The United States and 13 other World Trade Organization (WTO) members have announced their intention to negotiate a plurilateral agreement that would…

Nova J. Daly, Alan H. Price

U.S. Trade Representative finds growing trend of localization barriers to trade in 2013 National Trade Estimate Report

USA - April 15 2013 The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has released its annual National Trade Estimate Report (NTE) on Foreign Trade Barriers, finding that several U.S…

Alan H. Price

Potential tensions between World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12) proposals and international trade agreements

Global - January 30 2013 This December, the Member States of the International Telecommunication Union will convene a World Conference on International Telecommunications…