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What’s Next in the Antidumping Case on Quartz Products from China?

Thursday, December 06, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm EDT - 2:30 pm EDT
Cost: $50.00

Webinar: 0.5 CCS Credits

The live webinar date has passed, but this webinar is available On Demand.

The International Trade Administration’s preliminary affirmative AD and CV duty determinations on quartz surface products from China have raised serious questions and thrown the U.S. quartz slab market into a panic. The initial AD and CV duty rates are high and could be applied retroactively, leaving affected companies scrambling to protect their interests. Will these duty rates change in the ITA’s final determinations? Can these cases be defeated at the International Trade Commission?  How can companies fight these burdensome tariffs? These and other important questions will be answered during this brief but informative webinar by ST&R’s trade remedy attorneys.

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Our Speakers

KRISTEN SMITH is a Member with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Washington, D.C., office. She leads the firm’s Trade Remedies Practice. Ms. Smith has a broad-based international trade and customs practice. For more than 20 years she has represented clients in antidumping and countervailing duty cases and litigation both in the U.S. and abroad. Her experience includes a number of no-injury determinations before the International Trade Commission and obtaining zero percent AD rates on behalf of clients before the U.S. Department of Commerce. She has also obtained more than 15 positive scope determinations and exclusions on products including candles, aluminum products and furniture.  

DAVID J. CRAVEN is a member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, resident in the Chicago office. Mr. Craven is an accomplished authority on doing business in Asia, Europe and Africa and is experienced in helping clients explore opportunities to stay competitive in the global economy. An A-V rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, he has practiced international trade and customs law for more than 30 years and is fluent in the nuances of the numerous government agencies responsible for administering U.S. trade and tariff laws.

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