AMS Attorneys Publish Chambers Article on Enforcements of Judgement
Asha Allam and Lydia Pardini, attorneys at Adduci Mastriani & Schaumberg (AMS), authored an insightful chapter on trends and developments in the enforcements of judgments for intellectual property and international trade, which Chambers and Partners published in their 2020 Global Practice Guides.
Asha and Lydia have unique backgrounds in international trade, Asha and Lydia explain the effect of the United States’ hardline stance against unfairly traded imports that injure US industries and intellectual property rights holders, as well as countries supporting unfair trade practices. This chapter discusses recent trends in the imposition and enforcement of international trade and intellectual property judgments that have resulted in a sharp increase in seizures, exclusions, and duty collections, and the ramifications of those trends for US and foreign companies.
AMS partner Asha Allam is an intellectual property and international trade litigator focusing on Section 337 investigations of unfair competition before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Prior to joining the firm, Asha was a law clerk for the U.S. Department of Commerce Commercial Law Development Program in Washington, D.C. where she analyzed intellectual property laws and regulations worldwide to improve international judicial training programs.
Lydia Pardini is an international trade and customs attorney with experience representing clients on all areas of import regulatory compliance and policy, trade remedies, and international trade litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Lydia was a senior attorney in the Office of the Chief Counsel for Trade Enforcement and Compliance at the U.S. Department of Commerce, where she advised the Department on its compliance with the U.S. trade laws with respect to antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, enforcement of its actions with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, matters concerning Foreign Trade Zones, and the regulatory rulemaking process.
Read the article here.
August 5, 2020