John M. Herrmann
Provided by John M. Herrmann
With a practice at the intersection of law, economics, domestic politics and international relations, John Herrmann represents clients before all U.S. trade agencies. He counsels U.S. producers of steel, metal, chemical and agricultural products in antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, and represents clients in major litigation arising from such proceedings. John advises on customs-related matters such as classification, duty drawback and civil penalty issues. John also counsels clients regarding export control and sanctions-related issues, as well as the preparation and implementation of internal compliance policies and procedures. For the past several years, John has represented the U.S. aluminum industry in a series of successful trade remedy cases.
Prior to joining Kelley Drye, John served in the administration of President George W. Bush, including work at the White House on the National Security Council staff as the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for International Trade, Energy and Environment, where he was responsible for advising the President on international trade and investment issues and for the international aspects of energy and environmental policy.
John Herrmann has extensive experience in both trade remedies and trade policy work. He works with clients such as manufacturers and industry associations.
"John Herrmann is outstanding in his knowledge of the law and issues, his solid judgment, and his hard work and results."