Carl Moyer is Director of Economic Analysis in the Washington office. Mr. Moyer is an in-house resource providing advice to attorneys in the formulation of strategies for advancing clients’ interests in trade remedies proceedings before various agencies of the federal government, including the U.S. International Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Customs Service, the Office of the United States Trade Representative, and the U.S. Court of International Trade. He has worked on numerous antidumping, countervailing duty, China safeguard (Sec. 421) and global safeguard proceedings, providing quantitative and qualitative analysis of price, cost and financial data before the Department of Commerce, as well as analysis of market trends, industry performance, financial performance, and import competition in injury and safeguard investigations before the USITC. His range of expertise and case involvement covers a broad array of industrial and agricultural industries, having represented U.S. producers of fresh tomatoes, cattle, glass and glass products, bearings, rails, steel and specialty steel products, industrial belts, pneumatic off-the-road tires, passenger and light truck tires, coated paper products, and engineered process gas turbines/compressors.
Mr. Moyer’s work has also involved monitoring and preparing analyses of negotiating texts with respect to the Uruguay Round multilateral trade negotiations and the Doha Development Agenda negotiations.
- “Indirect and Informal Restrictions on Exporting,” in Export Practice: Customs and International Trade Law (PLI, Spring 1994)
- Provided research and technical assistance with respect to the “Uruguay Round negotiating history in The GATT Uruguay Round: A Negotiating History (1986-1992)” (Terence P. Stewart, ed.) (Kluwer, 1993)
- B.A., Washington University in St. Louis