Andrew Schroth is a partner in the Washington D.C. office and oversees the affiliated GDLSK LLC trade consulting firm in Hong Kong. His practice is focused on U.S. trade remedy actions and trade litigation, focusing on antidumping and countervailing duty actions and other federal trade actions before the US Department of Commerce, the US International Trade Commission, US Trade Representative and US Court of International Trade.
Andrew is involved in all aspects of representing US and foreign interests (including foreign governments and corporations) before US government agencies and courts in trade disputes involving unfair trade practices, “less than fair value” pricing investigations, unlawful subsidization and other trade remedies administered under the World Trade Organization (WTO). Andrew also counsels on various US Customs matters, including country of origin and marking issues and supply chain-related matters. Andrew practiced in Asia for nearly 20 years as the managing partner of GDLSK’s Hong Kong office and is a frequent speaker in Asia on trade related matters and US import/export law. He counsels government agencies in China and Vietnam and has lectured and presented extensively on trade-related matters at universities, before foundations, at regional seminars and trade associations.
Antidumping, Countervailing Duty and Other Import Relief Laws
Compliance Assessments and Customs Audits
Country of Origin and Marking
Export Controls and Sanction Programs
Legislation and Trade Policy Decisions
Penalties, Seizures and Investigations
Quotas and Import Restrictions
Special Duty Programs
Supply Chain Security