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Daniel Schneiderman is counsel with King & Spalding’s International Trade practice. His practice concentrates on trade remedy actions, including antidumping and countervailing duty matters. Daniel regularly represents clients in actions before the Department of Commerce, the International Trade Commission, the United States Court of International Trade, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the World Trade Organization. In addition, Daniel has represented clients in foreign trade remedy cases before the Governments of China and Japan.

Before joining King & Spalding, Daniel spent seven years as an associate in the international trade group of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where he represented clients in a variety of trade remedy cases. Prior to his tenure at Skadden Arps, Daniel was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable John M. Steadman on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he twice received the award of James Kent Scholar, and served as the head research and writing editor of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. 

Recent Publications

  •  “Commerce Declares No ‘Free Pass’ To Commit Fraud In Trade Cases,” King & Spalding Trade & Manufacturing Alert (May 2013).

  • “Targeted Dumping: A New Remedy to Unmask Concealed Dumping,” Customs and International Trade Bar Association Quarterly Newsletter (Spring 2010).

Recognitions

  • Recognized as a Washington. D.C. Super Lawyer, 2016
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Credentials

J.D., Columbia University

B.A., Columbia University, magna cum laude

District of Columbia

Maryland

Supreme Court of the United States

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

U.S. Court of International Trade

Law Clerk, John M. Steadman, Washington, D.C.

Credentials

J.D., Columbia University

B.A., Columbia University, magna cum laude

District of Columbia

Maryland

Supreme Court of the United States

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

U.S. Court of International Trade

Law Clerk, John M. Steadman, Washington, D.C.