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Jay C. Campbell is an international trade lawyer with an active practice representing foreign producers, foreign governments, and US importers in antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) proceedings before the US Department of Commerce and the US International Trade Commission, and in related trade litigation before the US Court of International Trade, the US Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit, North American Free Trade Agreement bi-national panels, and World Trade Organization dispute settlement panels. Jay also designs and helps implement AD/CVD compliance programs, and advises clients concerning customs matters. He has extensive experience in a wide variety of industries, including agriculture, ball bearings, energy, processed food, lumber, pulp and paper, seafood, steel products, and industrial chemicals.
Prior to joining White & Case LLP, Jay worked as an attorney in the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition from 2000–2003. From 1998–2000, Jay served as a law clerk to the Honorable Donald C. Pogue, Judge, US Court of International Trade.
Represented a major Canadian producer in US CVD litigation of Softwood Lumber and Supercalendered Paper.
Represented a major Chinese producer in the US International Trade Commission's injury investigation of 53-Foot Domestic Containers, helping secure a negative determination and zero AD/CVD duties for the Chinese industry.
Represented a major Mexican producer of long steel products in multiple AD proceedings, including a successful defense in the US International Trade Commission's injury investigation of Galvanized Steel Wire.
New Steel Measures Are A Test For ITC Sunset Reviews, Law360, June 22, 2018
The Trade Litigant's Gauntlet: The Hanging Judge and the Teflon Tribunal, Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business Winter 2011, Volume 31, Number 1
Of 'Waves' and 'Sunsets': Reflections on the Likelihood of Dumping Determination in Department of Commerce Five-Year Reviews, International Trade Law Update 2005, Georgetown University Law Center, Continuing Legal Education, March 2005, (co-author)