Michael Panfeld has over 26 years of experience in antidumping and countervailing duty cases. Mr. Panfeld started as an analyst with the U.S. Department of Commerce in 1993 and quickly rose to senior analyst and senior verifier status. Starting in 2001, Mr. Panfeld moved to the private sector where his duties include: performing data analysis; analyzing questionnaire responses; drafting comments, arguments, articles, and policy positions; representing clients in ex parte meetings at the Department of Commerce; preparing clients for verification; client development; preparing client reports on import trends using Census data; monitoring general import trends using Census data; preparation of cumulative injury response data. In 2011, Mr. Panfeld advised and assisted the Dominican Republic in administering its first antidumping investigation.
Prior to antidumping work, Mr. Panfeld worked as an intern for the Government of Mexico and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. As a result of work at the Embassy of Mexico, Mr. Panfeld authored MEXTAX: A Survival Guide to the Mexican Tax Regulations.
University of Texas at
University of Texas at Austin