Law360 Mentions Kelley Drye as Counsel to the Aluminum Association in New Trade Case Against China
March 9, 2017
Partners John M. HerrmannPaul C. RosenthalKathleen W. Cannon, and special counsel Grace W. Kim were mentioned as counsel to The Aluminum Association in the Law360 article “Aluminum Association Asks For Dumping Duties On China.”  Kelley Drye is representing The Aluminum Association in the antidumping and countervailing duty petitions filed with the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission on March 9th, counting 27 different Chinese subsidy programs that have purportedly helped Chinese companies sell their aluminum foil into the United States at far less than fair market value.  “Today’s action marks the first time the Aluminum Association has filed unfair trade cases on behalf of its members in its nearly 85-year history,” group President and CEO Heidi Brock said in a statement accompanying the announcement. “This unprecedented action reflects both the intensive injury being suffered by U.S. aluminum foil producers and also our commitment to ensuring that trade laws are enforced to create a level playing field for domestic producers.”
 
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