Paul C Rosenthal
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In his fourth decade of practice, Paul C. Rosenthal is among the premier lawyers practicing in international trade law in Washington, D.C., across the country and on a global scale. He serves as both a strategic advisor and hands-on advocate for his clients’ interests, which often involve a complex mix of legal, economic and political challenges. Paul represents clients in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, technology, food and healthcare, to name only a few. He has appeared, and succeeded, before all of the U.S. trade agencies and reviewing courts. Paul has represented clients in disputes involving the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), as well as in multilateral and bilateral negotiations. Paul’s government relations practice involves trade and non-trade issues before Congress and the Executive Branch. Of particular note, Paul acts as general counsel or Washington counsel to several international and national trade associations, and previously served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs for more than five years. A testament to his dedication, intellect, advocacy skills—and sense of humor—many of Paul’s clients have been with him for decades.
Paul Rosenthal is a go-to lawyer for antidumping and countervailing duty cases. He has broad experience in representing domestic manufacturers.
"Paul Rosenthal brings an unparalleled level of experience, sophistication, and knowledge of the law to his cases and offers an outstanding level of service and attention to the client." "You always feel like you are getting the very best when he stands up to represent you." "He commands a comprehensive knowledge of antidumping proceedings and interactions with the Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission."