Daniel Porter is the International Trade partner at Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle. He counsels clients on the myriad U.S. laws that affect the cross-border shipment of goods, including trade remedy provisions (e.g. antidumping and subsidy), export controls, and customs regulations.
Mr. Porter has assisted and defended numerous clients with exporting operations in China, Canada, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Indonesia and Vietnam. He regularly acts on WTO disputes across a range of issues. He also advises companies making submissions to CFIUS, and confronting international trade regulatory issues in their cross border M&A transactions.
Mr. Porter has particular expertise in assisting companies that need to import products from China. Working with Curtis’ mandarin-speaking attorneys and local Chinese counsel, Mr. Porter helps client maintain uninterrupted access to the U.S. and other markets.
Mr. Porter holds a J.D. from Cornell University Law School.