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tradeNew trade policies adopted by the Trump administration have disrupted world markets and sent confusion through manufacturing and agricultural sectors at home and abroad. Industries once unexposed to punitive tariff and trade actions now face exposure and threats to international market access and price competitiveness. In this new environment, trade policy relations require rapid and nimble advocacy and coalition building responses.

Michael Best Strategies has a dedicated trade team of experts who work with you directly to help you navigate these regulatory and tariff issues. Our team can provide services including filing public comments, exclusion applications for your product at issue, building support from political leaders and private stakeholders, and guidance on the processes. Our team knows the Trump Administration’s considerations and the key factors for Section 301 and 232 tariff exclusion actions. Lastly, we can also work with you to determine alternative customs options to help provide your business with relief.

Meet Our Trade Team

Denise Bode

Denise Bode
Partner
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Anne Canfield

Anne Canfield
Partner
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Tom Schreibel

Tom Schreibel
Chief Resources Officer and Partner
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Sarah Helton

Sarah Helton
Principal
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Beth Cubriel

Beth Cubriel
Principal
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Alex Nichols

Alex Nichols
Associate
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Patrick Firth

Patrick Firth
Associate
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TRADE ARTICLES

Trade War

What Economic Leaders Are Saying About the China Trade War—And Then There is Hong...

Comments by several prominent economic thinkers who have spoken out in recent days regarding the impact of recent trade wars with China and the...
Trade War

President Trump Signals Long Term Effort to Decouple from China

Last week, the U.S. Trade Representative announced that they had established a process to request an extension to exclusion requests that had been granted...
Tariff Exclusion

USTR Announces Process for Requesting Extensions of Granted Exclusions for Sec. 301 List 1

USTR has established a process to request an extension of up to 12 months for exclusions granted on December 28, 2019, from List 1...

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