International Trade

World-class in International Trade law

Clients come to us for legal services that facilitate international trade. Our lawyers advise the world’s largest companies on everything from compliance to product safety testing law.

A sophisticated study of international trade law combined with a comprehensive understanding of the policy and years of experience enables us to find the best resolution to any legal problem you encounter.

We advise some of the largest national and international trading companies in the consumer electronics, textiles, electronics, clothing and agrochemical industries.

Our legal advice keeps international trade flowing

Our advice on international trade law includes:

  • Trade defence instruments (anti-dumping, anti-subsidy and safeguards)
  • Customs compliance and rules of origin
  • WTO litigation and alternative dispute resolution 
  • Negotiation and implementation of trade agreements
  • Market access and trade barriers 
  • Customs compliance 
  • Export controls (embargoes and trade sanctions)
  • Bilateral investment treaties.
"The international trade team is widely esteemed."

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We have a full team specialising in this area.

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

With a large increase in fees proposed in the FIRB reform package, investors will be thinking twice about investing in Australia and when to make their approach to FIRB.

02 October 2020

the customs still require participant enterprises to specify in Chinese the name of food, shelf life, contraindication and direction/usage right beside the exhibits.

07 November 2018

Consideration of the evolution of the UAE enforcement regime, focusing in particular on enforcing international arbitral awards in the region.

15 September 2016

Non-tariff measures present major challenges for exporters but the outlook is not all bleak for international trade in agribusiness and food.

14 June 2016

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