Emily helps our clients achieve import and trade compliance and defends their interests before government trade agencies and courts. She was formerly an attorney in the Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Emily has a broad range of experience working in international trade matters, including Customs compliance, antidumping, countervailing duties (AD/CVD) and matters related to economic sanctions and U.S. export controls compliance. She has also assisted clients in related U.S. court litigation and international dispute resolution before the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Having served as an attorney-advisor for Commerce, Emily is experienced in working with regulatory agencies, defending companies in administrative agency actions and resolving compliance matters.
Senior attorney, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Attorney, Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, US Department of Commerce
“International Trade Compliance Issues in M&A Deals,” Dorsey & Whitney conference, November 2013.
“Avoiding the Inferno: Making Import and Export Issues Predictable in the Year of the Dragon,” Dorsey & Whitney conference, January 2013.
“Foreign Trade Zone: Requirements and Compliance Consideration,” Port of Seattle’s Foreign Trade Zone #5, of the enterprise Seattle NAIOP Washington Chapter-Commercial Real Estate Development, the Port of Seattle, and the City of Kent.
“Case Developments and Policy Issues Affecting Customs Brokers’ Responsibilities, Customs Broker Liability Issues,” Responsible Supervision and Control, of the Customs Brokers and International Freight Forwarders Association of Washington State
“Antidumping and Countervailing Duties, an Overview for Customs Brokers and Importers,” Columbia River Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Executive Editor, Oregon Law Review
Meritorious Brief Award recipient, Legal Research and Writing Program
Board Member, Washington Council on International Trade (WCIT)