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Julie C. Mendoza Ms. Mendoza is co-chair of Kaye Scholer LLP’s International Trade Practice Group. She practices before all the agencies responsible for administering US trade laws, including the US Department of Commerce, the US International Trade Commission, the Office of the United States Trade Representative, the US Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, as well as the US Court of International Trade and the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Ms. Mendoza has significant experience litigating antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard cases on behalf of foreign respondents, governments and US importers. As counsel to foreign manufacturers, she has advised foreign governments on a variety of bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations including the Uruguay Round, negotiations related to the World Trade Organization’s (WTO’s) Agreement on Safeguards, bilateral subsidies agreements, framework agreements on trade and investment and the negotiation of Voluntary Restraint Arrangements on steel. Ms. Mendoza has an active practice in the area of WTO dispute resolution and has argued on behalf of clients before WTO panels and the Appellate Body. For example, she has acted as counsel in four of the six safeguard cases brought before the WTO. She also advises clients involved in NAFTA dispute settlement proceedings. Ms. Mendoza frequently speaks at conferences and seminars sponsored by the WTO Secretariat in Member countries on topics of international trade practices and remedies. She also has presented numerous seminars and conducted a variety of training sessions on international trade issues in various parts of the world. Ms. Mendoza has been featured as a leading lawyer practicing in the area of international trade law by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2005). She also serves on the advisory board of Georgetown University Law Center’s International Trade Update. She is fluent in Spanish and has worked extensively in Latin America on a wide variety of trade matters.