Law360 Reports Kelley Drye’s Representation of U.S. Producers in Challenge to Commerce on Findings for Activated Carbon Tariffs
April 7, 2017
Partners John Herrmann, David Hartquist, and Alan Luberda and associate Melissa Brewer, were mentioned in the Law360 article “Commerce Must Clarify Findings For Chinese Carbon Tariffs”.

The U.S. Court of International Trade challenged the Department of Commerce to provide more information on why it chose Thailand as a source for surrogate data regarding its calculation for tariffs on Chinese activated carbon. Chinese activated carbon producers believe the Philippines is a more suitable surrogate to Chinese exports than Thailand.

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