January 6, 2017
Partner Paul Rosenthal was quoted in the Law360 article ”US Forges Ahead With More Duties On Foreign Steel.” The U.S. International Trade Commission finalized hefty tariffs on imports of cut-to-length steel plate from Brazil, South Africa and Turkey that had been sold at unfairly low prices. Commerce can now issue the anti-dumping orders requested by the companies — ArcelorMittal, Nucor Corp. and SSAB Enterprises — that brought the case, which also targets imports from nine other steel-producing nations. ArcelorMittal is represented by partners Mr. Rosenthal, Kathleen Cannon, R. Alan Luberda, special counsel Grace Kim and senior associate Brooke Ringel. Mr. Rosenthal called the ITC decision “an important step in restoring fairness to steel trade and is essential to maintaining jobs in the steel industry, an industry that is key to the nation's economy and national defense."
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