Jordan Fleischer is an Associate in the firm’s International Trade group. Mr. Fleischer focuses his practice on trade remedies, specifically antidumping and countervailing duty measures, and has represented clients from Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and the United States. He has handled a considerable amount of cases involving the “particular market situation” methodology under the U.S. Department of Commerce and has examined its relationship to existing antidumping duty orders. He is also well-versed with Enforce and Protect Act investigations before U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and counsels clients on a variety of other customs-related matters. Mr. Fleischer has participated in multiple verification visits to East Asia and has conducted research on behalf of governments around the world. Mr. Fleischer’s background in finance has proven particularly valuable in his current role, allowing him to capitalize on his business acumen and his prowess for figures and computation. Mr. Fleischer regularly prepares briefs and other arguments in cases before U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Fleischer was an Associate in a D.C. law firm’s International Trade practice where he focused on drafting briefs, trade policy comments and questionnaire and allegation responses on behalf of multinational businesses, foreign governments, foreign trade associations and U.S. importers.
While at the George Washington University Law School, Mr. Fleischer participated in an exchange program at Universität Augsburg in Germany, concentrating on International and European Company Law.