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Wiley Rein’s Elite International Trade Team Launches Law Blog
Wiley Rein’s prominent International Trade Practice is pleased to announce the launch of its American Trade & Manufacturing Blog, highlighting the latest news and insights from the Team’s highly respected trade attorneys. The blog provides updates on international trade developments affecting U.S. manufacturers, producers, and service industries. Import relief, World Trade Organization (WTO) proceedings, economic sanctions, export controls, and the U.S. national security review process are among the topics covered by the blog’s authors.
With one of the largest and most diverse international trade practices in the United States, Wiley Rein has significant experience with the many issues shaping industries’ global competitive environment, and is ideally suited to provide timely analysis to blog readers. Chaired by Alan H. Price—who has 30 years of experience representing clients in high-profile, complex international trade regulatory matters—the Team includes lawyers with expertise across a variety of areas, dedicated international trade advisors, economic analysts, and former U.S. government officials.
Mr. Price and partners Timothy C. Brightbill, Maureen E. Thorson, and Amy E. Worlton are among the blog’s 14 authors from the Group’s deep bench of professionals. Recent posts include an analysis by Mr. Brightbill of the WTO Dispute Settlement Body’s recent review of six ongoing disputes that demonstrate the growth—and growing complexity—of dispute resolution.
Wiley Rein represents clients in domestic and international trade regulation matters, market access issues, and dispute resolution. The firm also has a strong record of winning large and complex antidumping and countervailing duty cases on behalf of major U.S. industries in clean energy and raw materials—including steel, solar panels, diamond sawblades, rebar, and wind towers. The Practice has been named an “International Trade Group of the Year” for four consecutive years by Law360 and is regularly ranked among the best international trade practices in the country by Chambers USA.