International Trade Law & Policy
We help U.S. industries harmed by less-than-fair-value imports obtain relief. From developing evidence to advocating for relief, we have over three decades of experience successfully navigating the process. Read more here.
We regularly advocate for clients on international trade issues before the U.S. Court of International Trade and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
We help U.S. industries harmed by unfairly subsidized imports obtain relief. Unfair subsidies and illegal dumping are often both present when a U.S. industry is harmed by imports. Click here to read more.
Our government affairs team effectively advocates for the interests of our clients on Capitol Hill and before U.S. federal agencies. Read more here.
We help U.S. industries harmed by an increase in imports obtain relief. Learn more here.
INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
Our team of attorneys has experience litigating trade issues in international fora, including the World Trade Organization and NAFTA.
For 35 years, Schagrin Associates has been dedicated to providing the highest quality advocacy and counsel on matters relating to international trade. The firm is devoted to, and continues to be extremely successful in, litigating matters related to international trade before the U.S. government agencies, foreign governments, and international bodies.
Schagrin Associates also has extensive experience working with lawmakers and trade negotiators to develop and implement trading regimes and strategies that benefit our clients.
Schagrin Associates has a dedicated staff of professionals with a wide range of backgrounds. We combine the capabilities and expertise of a large firm with the economic efficiency and personal attention of a small business.
GEERT DE PREST
DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS
SENIOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE CONSULTANT
900 7th Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20001
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