SMU Community Chat with Alan Price of Wiley Rein LLP

Guests: Alan Price

Wiley partner Alan Price will be the featured speaker on Steel Market Update’s next Community Chat webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 11 a.m. ET (10 a.m. CT).

We’ll discuss the big issues facing steel when it comes to trade policy – with a particular focus on Section 232 developments:

  • Will there be a deal with Japan? And if so, should the TRQ with the EU provide a template?
  • Why is a Section 232 negotiation with the UK, a traditional ally, taking so long to even get started?
  • Could carbon border adjustments or carbon taxes one day take precedent over traditional AD/CVD orders?
  • Is the World Trade Organization still relevant, and could it be the arbitrator on issues such as carbon? And if it isn’t, what does a post-WTO trade landscape look like?
  • What might a change in control of Congress in November mean for trade policy in 2023?

We’ll take your questions too.

As always, we’ll keep it to about 45 minutes. You can (virtually) drop in, learn something – and then get on with your day. And the webinar is free.

Why should you listen? Because Alan Price is an experienced trade attorney who knows these issues like the back of his hand.

Price is chair of Wiley’s International Trade Practice, which has been recognized by Law360 as “Practice Group of the Year” for nine consecutive years. He has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in high-profile, complex international trade regulatory matters – including trade litigation involving public and government relations issues. And Price has regularly been rated by Chambers USA as one of the nation’s “Leading Lawyers” in his field.

Also, Price represents numerous domestic steel and aluminum producers on trade matters. He counsels clients on antidumping and countervailing duty investigations, bilateral and multilateral agreements, trade legislation, customs regulation, national security matters, trade-related climate change issues, escape clause investigations, and WTO dispute resolution.

And he often represents clients in matters before the U.S. Court of International Trade, the White House, Congress, the U.S. International Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

PS – If you’d like to see past Community Chat webinars, you can find those here.

By Michael Cowden,