Richard G. King is a counsel in White & Case's Global International Trade Practice. Having practiced international trade law since 1991, Richard routinely advises multinational corporations, trade associations and sovereign governments on international trade issues arising in a number of contexts including trade remedy proceedings (antidumping, countervailing duty, and safeguards proceedings); WTO disputes; and customs and sanctions matters. He has advised and represented clients in matters arising before US authorities, the European Commission, the World Trade Organization ("WTO"), and other authorities including the China Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM").
Currently stationed in the Washington, DC office of White & Case, Richard previously spent several years in the Firm’s offices in Brussels and Dubai.
Richard has significant experience in representing national oil companies and petrochemical producers, as well as clients in a number of other industries including steel, paper, electronics, and solar products. He has successfully represented GCC and other clients in trade proceedings before authorities in the US, the European Union, and other countries.
Richard has assisted sovereign states with the drafting and implementation of their trade laws, with their accession to the WTO, and with negotiation of trade rules in the Doha Round of WTO trade negotiations. He has also advised government clients and their key industries in disputes before the WTO. He advises multinational companies on compliance and due diligence issues relating to international trade rules.
Richard 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.