Publications & Events

Publications
  • “How National Security Auto Probe Redefines Trade Debate,” Law360 (2018) (co-authored with Pavan Krishnamurthy)

 

  • New customs regulations target evasion of duties,” International Law Office (2016) (co-authored with Brenda Jacobs and David Lyons)

 

  • “WTO decision raises new questions for trade remedy respondents,” International Law Office (2015) (co-authored with Rajib Pal)

 

  • “Higher Bar For Nonmarket Economy Cos. In Anti-Dumping Cases,” Law360 (2015) (co-authored with Richard Weiner, Brenda Jacobs and Shawn Higgins)

 

  • “Fed. Circ. Ruling May Impact Anti-Dumping Investigations,” Law360 (2013) (co-authored with Brenda Jacobs)

 

  • “Court of International Trade Decisions During 2011 Under 28 U.S.C. § 1581(i) Residual Jurisdiction,” 44 Georgetown J. Int’l L. 133 (2012) (co-authored with Jill Caiazzo)

 

  • “Introductory Note: World Trade Organization: Appellate Body Ruling: United States – Measures Relating to Zeroing and Sunset Reviews,” 46 I.L.M. 94 (2007)

  • “Uncertainty in Joint Venture Analysis,” In Competition (Sweet & Maxwell, Feb. 2000) (co-authored with Bart T. Valad)

 

  • “The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit: At the Leading Edge of High Technology Issues,” 36 Amer. U. L Rev. 801 (1987) (co-authored with Robert D. Wallick)

 

  • “Foreign Government Regulation of Natural Resources: Problems and Remedies Under United States International Trade Laws,” 21 Stanford J. Int’l L. 29 (1985) (co-authored with Charlene Barshefsky and Richard Diamond)

Contact

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Email: neil@neilellislaw.com

Phone: 202.258.5421

Events

  • Panelist, “International Trade”, American Univ. L. Rev. Federal Circuit Symposium (Washington, D.C., 2019)

 

  • Panelist, “How do you guide your business in a world of trade uncertainty?”, CRU North American Steel Conference (Chicago, 2018)

 

  • Panelist, “Emerging Trends and Unique Approaches to the Enforcement of U.S. Customs and International Trade Laws,” Case Western Reserve University Law School (Cleveland, OH, 2017)

 

  • Speaker, “Stainless Steel Trade 2017: Old Rules for New Disputes,” Metal Bulletin – SMR 12th Asian Stainless Steel Conference (Hong Kong, 2017)

 

  • Panelist, “The WTO Year in Review,” Georgetown International Trade Update (Washington, D.C., 2017)

 

  • Panelist, “Russian Steel and the Global Market,” Eurasian Metals 13th Annual Steel Summit (Moscow, 2015)

 

  • Moderator, “Nationalism and International Commitment: The Case of Argentina,” ABA Section of International Law 2013 Spring Meeting (Washington, D.C., April 2013)

 

  • “Ambiguity in the Law After Judicial Review,” Presentation to the U.S. Court of International Trade and the Customs and International Trade Bar Association (Washington, D.C., 2011)

 

  • Panel moderator, “Steel Trading in a Rapidly Changing Environment,” Metal Bulletin’s 7th Russian Steel Summit (Moscow, 2009)

 

  • Chair, Planning Committee, 15th Judicial Conference of the U.S. Court of International Trade (New York, 2008)

 

  • Panelist, “Preemptive Action to Avoid an Investigation and Preparing and Responding to an Investigation,” Inter-American Development Bank Regional Conference (Washington, D.C., 2008)

 

  • Panelist, “AD/CVD at the U.S. Department of Commerce,” Trade & Customs Law Introduction, Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C., 2007)

 

  • Panelist, “Procedural Path of a U.S. Anti-Dumping Investigation,” Textile and Clothing Trade in the Post Quota Era, Textile Council of Hong Kong (Hong Kong, 2005)

 

  • Panelist, “Commercial Defense: Enforcement of Anti-Dumping in USA and EU and Brazilian Defense,” 4th Seminar on International Trade, Instituto Brasileiro de Estudos de Concorrência, Consumo e Comércio Internacional (Guarujá, Brazil, 2004)

 

  • Member, Planning Committee, Bench and Bar Meeting, U.S. Court of International Trade (Washington, D.C., 2003)

  • Instructor, "Trade Remedies in the World Trading System," World Trade Institute (Berne, Switzerland, 2002)

  • Speaker, "2004: What Lies Beyond," USAITA Seminar Series (New York, 2002)

 
 

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