Richard (Dick) Cunningham has been recognized for more than 40 years as one of America’s leading international trade lawyers. His practice includes the handling of antidumping and countervailing duty cases for both petitioning US industries and respondent exporters and governments, as well as advising corporate and governmental clients in trade negotiations and other trade policy matters. Dick also litigated some of the most significant WTO dispute settlement cases.
Dick has helped numerous US and foreign companies develop and implement international trade strategies to overcome market access barriers, to use US and international trade laws to address competitiveness issues, to maximize the benefits of intellectual property rights and to obtain assistance (including relief from imports) in competing with international rivals.
- Section of International Law, American Bar Association
- Section of Antitrust Law, American Bar Association
- Past Chair, Standing Committee on Customs Law, Committee on International Litigation, Litigation Section, American Bar Association
- Executive Committee, Canada-United States Law Institute
- Advisory Board, Global Business Dialogue
- American Law Institute
- J.D., The George Washington University, 1968, Order of the Coif; Editor, George Washington Law Review
- A.M., The George Washington University, 1966
- A.B., The George Washington University, 1964, with distinction and special honors; Phi Beta Kappa; Valedictorian
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