New York, 1995
The next four years will be challenging for businesses, but there are many initiatives companies can undertake now to better position themselves in this new reality.
Peter Kirby has been practicing international trade law for over thirty years. His practice focuses on trade remedy litigation, regulatory compliance, trade agreements, remedy litigation, economic sanctions, and export and import controls.
Peter is a business-driven lawyer who provides solutions that help his clients manage the complexities of international trade. He has acted as counsel in over fifty anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations, and in several investor-state arbitrations under Chapter Eleven of NAFTA and Bilateral Investment Treaties. He is recognized as one of Canada’s leading cross-border litigators, and has particular expertise in the food and agriculture sectors, aeronautics, heavy manufacturing, textiles and garments, and e-commerce. His clients include corporations, state enterprises, and federal and provincial government departments and agencies. Peter is a frequent speaker on international trade issues.