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International Trade/WTO — Australia


Corrs Chambers Westgarth - International Trade/WTO

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Andrew Korbel leads the practice, and is best known for his anti-dumping investigation and contentious trade expertise. He recently acted for Resolute Forest Products in an anti-dumping matter concerning the exports of Korean newsprints. One client reports: "He is efficient, smart and runs an impressive team. He has considerable knowledge and experience in judicial review applications."

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MinterEllison - International Trade/WTO

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Trade measures and customs head John Cosgrave is known for his experience and expertise in trade matters stemming from his time working in government. Recently, he advised Hyundai Heavy Industries on an anti-dumping investigation concerning imported transformers. Clients say: "He has encyclopaedic knowledge of WTO law and an impressive ability to identify and understand the key issues."

David Morfesi focuses on WTO, FTA and bilateral agreement matters. He recently advised Wilmar Sugar on SAFTA commitments relating to the re-regulation of Queensland's sugar industry. One peer commented that he is "well connected to the government and highly capable on trade matters."

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Moulis Legal - International Trade/WTO

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Daniel Moulis maintains an exceptional reputation for his work on international trade. Clients say: "He is unquestionably the standout. He is extremely experienced, insightful and tenacious." Recently, he successfully represented Essar Steel India in an anti-dumping investigation concerning galvanised steel imported from India.

Associate Alistair Bridges is experienced in safeguards, anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations, as well as customs matters. He is well liked by peers, and he recently assisted POSCO with an anti-dumping investigation concerning its exporting of hot-rolled plate steel.

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Leading Australian firm specialising in international trade and WTO practices.

The team lead the field as a premium provider of comprehensive legal service based representation in international trade law matters, especially anti-dumping and countervailing investigations and related legal proceedings, customs related advisory, sanctions and safeguard measures.

Extensive experience and unparalleled record in representing major international companies and government clients in trade remedy and border-related cases.

Noteworthy for representation of China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Singapore and Europe based clients in rules-based matters, and US national corporations and multinationals in customs and border advisory.

Strong presence in aluminium, paper and steel related cases in recent times. Leading expertise in trade security, data movement and sanctions area.

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Daniel Moulis has represented NZ clients involved in Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment anti-dumping and countervailing investigation.

Alistair Bridges has experience in fly-in/fly-out in AD/CV jurisdiction on four 2016 cases, now well-known in local corporate and government circles and law firm contacts.  He has also represented clients involved in Malaysian International Trade and Industry investigation.

Charles Zhan is a dual qualified (Australia-China) lawyer that regularly operates in China on Australia-China trade matters on a fly-in fly-out basis. He has a strong awareness of cross-cultural and cross-jurisdictional commercial and legal issues. Areas include incoming or outgoing investment, commercial disputes, and trade regulation.


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Moulis Legal

From the Chambers Global guide

Daniel Moulis  maintains an exceptional reputation for his work on international trade. Clients say: "He is unquestionably the standout. He is extremely experienced, insightful and tenacious." Recently, he successfully represented Essar Steel India in an anti-dumping investigation concerning galvanised steel imported from India.

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Percival Legal

From the Chambers Global guide

Andrew Percival of Percival Legal enjoys an excellent reputation in the market for international trade law, including anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations.

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MinterEllison

From the Chambers Global guide

Trade measures and customs head John Cosgrave is known for his experience and expertise in trade matters stemming from his time working in government. Recently, he advised Hyundai Heavy Industries on an anti-dumping investigation concerning imported transformers. Clients say: "He has encyclopaedic knowledge of WTO law and an impressive ability to identify and understand the key issues."

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth

From the Chambers Global guide

Andrew Korbel leads the practice, and is best known for his anti-dumping investigation and contentious trade expertise. He recently acted for Resolute Forest Products in an anti-dumping matter concerning the exports of Korean newsprints. One client reports: "He is efficient, smart and runs an impressive team. He has considerable knowledge and experience in judicial review applications."

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MinterEllison

From the Chambers Global guide

David Morfesi focuses on WTO, FTA and bilateral agreement matters. He recently advised Wilmar Sugar on SAFTA commitments relating to the re-regulation of Queensland's sugar industry. One peer commented that he is "well connected to the government and highly capable on trade matters."

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Clyde & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Clients praise Maurice Thompson of Clyde & Co for his ability to provide "technically correct and commercially relevant advice in a timely manner." He heads the trade and commodities department at the firm.

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Associates to watch

Moulis Legal

From the Chambers Global guide

Associate Alistair Bridges is experienced in safeguards, anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations, as well as customs matters. He is well liked by peers, and he recently assisted POSCO with an anti-dumping investigation concerning its exporting of hot-rolled plate steel.

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