Richard G. King has practiced international trade law since 1991. He focuses on advising multinational corporations, trade associations and sovereign governments on antidumping (AD), countervailing duty (CVD), escape clause and customs matters arising before US authorities, the European Commission and the World Trade Organization (WTO), and other authorities including the China Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM").
Before his assignment to the Brussels office, he worked in the Washington, DC, office of White & Case.
Mr. King has represented exporters in numerous industries including steel, petrochemicals and electronics. He often represents European companies as respondents in third-country trade proceedings in Asia and North America.
Mr. King has also assisted sovereign states in the drafting and implementation of their trade laws, and is currently working with government clients on the negotiation of antidumping rules in the ongoing Doha Round of WTO trade negotiations. He has also advised private entities and government clients on the WTO aspects of unfair trade cases and in cases before the WTO.
Mr. King is frequently asked to speak on international trade questions at conferences; he has commented on international trade issues on television and in newspapers and other publications.