The past two years have brought ever-increasing growth in international trade in goods with China, and with that change have come significant developments in the esoteric world of trade regulation, culminating in important and potentially far-reaching changes in the application of U.S. trade law to China.
Part I of this interview appeared in the December 2006 issue of The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and can be accessed online at www.metrocorpcounsel.com by putting "Sailer" in the site's search box.
Editor: What is the background and interplay of the antidumping and countervailing duty laws?
Editor: Please tell our readers about your background and the focus of your practice.
Sailer: I am a Midwesterner who came to the East Coast to pursue a career in international law. After earning my B.A. and J.D. at Marquette University, I earned an LL.M. degree in international law at Georgetown University Law Center. That led to my first job in the...