David J. Levine focuses his practice on all aspects of international trade and related regulatory matters. He counsels clients on import relief, customs, export controls, trade sanctions, anti-boycott and anticorruption laws, national security reviews of foreign investments, and related trade laws and procedures. David advises and represents clients on antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, trade controls and customs proceedings, national security (CFIUS) reviews of foreign investment in the US, trade-related legislative and rulemaking proceedings, and trade negotiations.
Served as lead counsel in obtaining mitigation of penalties in trade controls enforcement matters before the US State Department (International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)), DOC (Export Administration Regulations (EAR)) and US Treasury Department (Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC))
Served as lead counsel in representing numerous manufacturing and agricultural industry clients in antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings before the DOC, US International Trade Commission, US Court of International Trade and US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Served as lead counsel in representing numerous manufacturing and agricultural industry clients in audits, focused assessments, protests and enforcement actions by the US Bureau of Customs and Border Protection
Prepared comprehensive global trade compliance policies and strategies, advised on implementing trade compliance practices and presented trade compliance training programs for personnel at numerous clients
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