William Perry

Bill is an international trade lawyer with Harris Bricken focusing on the area of trade policy. He represents US importers and foreign exporters and producers in various international trade cases, including antidumping and countervailing duty cases, Section 337 intellectual property cases and various Customs issues related to international trade cases.

Bill has been helping clients with international trade issues for over 30 years, starting as an attorney in the Office of General Counsel, US International Trade Commission, and Office of Chief Counsel and Office of Antidumping Investigations, US Commerce Department. He has extensive experience representing US and foreign companies in antidumping and countervailing duty cases, having won more than 50 trade cases in private practice.

China media and entertainment lawyer

The "Easy to Win" Trade War Against China and the World

President Trump has his trade war, but it is not just against China. This trade war is the United States against the World. President Trump has announced tariffs of 25% on steel imports and 10% on aluminum imports under Section 232 of the United States’ National Security law. It is important to note that because

China lawyers for counterfeits

Stopping Infringing Products from China: Section 337 Cases

With Amazon and Ebay having increased their efforts at bringing in Chinese sellers and with more and more Chinese manufacturers branching out and making their own products, the number of companies contacting our international intellectual property lawyers about problems with counterfeit products and knockoffs has soared. If the problem involves infringing products being imported into

China imports

Beware the False Claims Act When Importing Products

The U.S. Government has been cracking the whip on products transshipped from China. Chinese companies and U.S. importers of their products often tell me they are not concerned about U.S. Antidumping (“AD”) and Countervailing Duty (“CVD”) orders because they can “just get around those orders by transshipping our products to Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Sri Lanka,

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United States Importer of Record Liability

Don’t get crushed when you import The US Importer of Record is liable for antidumping and countervailing duties tied to the product being imported. The Importer of Record is the company listed in Block 26 of the U.S. Customs 7501 form. When I told a US Senator this, he responded by saying he “thought the

Antidumping and countervailing duties international trade lawyers

Import Sensitive China Products: Importer Beware

Over the last several years, many US importers have called me after learning they are facing liability for antidumping and countervailing duties on a number of different products. These duties can be in the millions of dollars, even though the importers did not know the products they were importing were covered by US antidumping and