J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
B.S., Cornell University
Executive Editor, Georgetown Journal of International Law
Bar and Court Admissions
District of Columbia Bar
New York Bar
Ying handles a wide range of international trade matters, including issues involving economic sanctions, export controls, and customs laws. She represents clients before the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), and the U.S. Court of International Trade on antidumping and countervailing duty cases. Ying has extensive experience managing a trade remedies case from the beginning stages all the way to the appeal stages. She also assists clients with applications for export licenses, license amendments and transfers, and re-export authorization requests.
- Handled multiple high-profile trade remedy cases, including successfully petitioning one of the largest antidumping/countervailing duty cases filed against Chinese steel producers.
- Represented clients before the DOC, the USITC, and the U.S. Court of International Trade on antidumping/countervailing duty cases.
- Advised clients on compliance issues involving economic sanctions and export controls.
- Advised clients on compliance issues involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, anti-money laundering legislations, economic sanctions, export controls, and customs laws and regulations.
- Advanced clients’ interests through legislative efforts, such as drafting legislative submissions regarding food safety reform and technology transfer practices.
- Researched and drafted a section of an American Bar Association report on Exon-Florio Amendment.
- Legal Intern, Commercial Section, U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China (2005)
- American Bar Association
- California Women Lawyers
News & Insights
- February 14, 2017 | Alert
- January 12, 2017 | Press ReleaseUSTR Files Landmark WTO Complaint, on Behalf of Wiley Rein Client, on China’s Subsidies to Aluminum Producers
- October 5, 2016 | ArticleAmerican Trade & Manufacturing BlogYing Lin
- September 9, 2016 | ArticleAmerican Trade & Manufacturing BlogYing Lin