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Arnold & Porter

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United States: Dispute resolution

International trade

Within: International trade

Headed by Lawrence Schneider, Arnold & Porter’s 11-partner team is ‘excellent for respondent trade remedies work’ and regularly acts for foreign exporters across a raft of industry sectors including aluminium, cellular phones and steel. Michael Shor has vast trade remedies experience on behalf of private parties and foreign governments; he recently represented Samsung in a DOC and International Trade Commission (ITC) anti-dumping investigation regarding the importation of large residential washing machines from China. J David Park excels at handling trade remedies cases involving South Korean exporters including his representation of POSCO, the largest South Korean steel producer, in three separate anti-dumping cases before the DOC. As part of his broad-ranging trade practice that also includes CFIUS review work and sanctions-related matters, John Barker regularly advises major multinational corporates including BAE Systems on export control matters. John Bellinger is also noted for his CFIUS work, as is Charles Blanchard, who excels at handling CFIUS reviews involving defense clients including advising Belgium-headquartered global aerostructures company Sonaca Group on its $191m acquisition of LMI Aerospace. The team was strengthened in March 2017 by the arrival of Lynn Fischer Fox from the DOC.

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  • The role of arbitrators in EU antitrust law

    In May 2014, it will be ten years since Regulation No 1/2003 entered into force. When the legislator of the European Union adopted this Regulation on 16 December 2002, its main objective was to decentralise the enforcement of the two main provisions of EU antitrust law, Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty establishing the European Community (now Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)). Where do the arbitrators fit in this picture?

    - Arnold & Porter (UK) LLP

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