International trade law: review of the year 2021 and outlook for 2022 – International Law

United States: International trade law: review of the year 2021 and outlook for 2022

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to

Husch Blackwell’s Third Annual International Trade Law Report provides a detailed look at how 2021 has unfolded and provides insight into how 2022 may develop. As companies begin to strategize about what a second year of the Biden administration will bring, we hope the framework presented in our report will help your company maximize potential cost savings and minimize potential risks as the Enforcement activity continues to increase and supply chains remain well under pressure. in the coming year.

Our downloadable report, “International Trade Law: 2021 Year in Review & Outlook for 2022”, focuses on these key areas:

  • Tariffs, trade remedies and trade policy
  • Anti-dumping/countervailing duties
  • Implications of the False Claims Act on International Trade
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Developments
  • Article 337 Litigation
  • Export controls and trade sanctions
  • Supply Chain

To download the report, please click here.

The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide on the subject. Specialist advice should be sought regarding your particular situation.

POPULAR ARTICLES ON: United States International Law

US adopts sweeping restrictions in China

Wilmer Hale

Multiple U.S. executive branch agencies and the U.S. Congress have passed sweeping year-end sanctions, export controls, and supply chain restrictions targeting China’s national security complex…