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Patrick J. McDonough, Esq.
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Washington DC Attorney
Patrick J. McDonough, Esq.

Phone: 202.315.0765

Email: pmcdonough@stewartlaw.com

Languages: English

Patrick J. McDonough has experience in a range of international trade and customs law matters, including anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings, Section 201 safeguards and China-specific safeguards, Section 301 petitions, country of origin marking, customs tariff issues, regional and multilateral negotiations, and GATT and WTO matters.

Mr. McDonough has worked on matters and advised clients in a variety of industries, including:

  • Bearings
  • Steel
  • Glass
  • Cattle
  • Tomatoes
  • Tires
  • Green Technology

Mr. McDonough has represented clients before the U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. International Trade Commission, U.S. Trade Representative, and U.S. Customs.

Mr. McDonough serves on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Consumer Goods (ITAC4). He is the author and co-author of a variety of publications on international trade law matters, including the Uruguay Round negotiations, border taxes, and China’s WTO accession and compliance.

Publications

  • Opportunities and Challenges From Russia’s 2012 Accession to the WTO, Stewart and Stewart (November 28, 2011)
  • “Preserving the Effectiveness of Trade Remedies for Developing Commonwealth and ACP Countries,” Paper Presented in Geneva at the First Joint High Level CDC-ACP-AITIC Workshop on the Agreement on Anti-Dumping Practices (April 28, 2010). – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Amy S. Dwyer and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2010
  • “Moving Forward With Trade Remedies: A Collective Journey,” in Opportunities and Obligations: New Perspectives on Global and US Trade Policy, Kluwer Law International (Fall 2009) – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Amy S. Dwyer and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2009
  • “Piracy and the state: The Politics of IPR in China and the Practical Implications for US Policies and Stgrategies,” paper presented at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Program on Intellectual Property Issues in China – A Roadmap for the New Administration (August 18, 2009) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2009
  • “Summary of Customs and Trade Decision July 1, 2008 to June 12, 2009,” paper presented at the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s Annual Bench & Bar Conference (June 18-20, 2009) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2009
  • “China’s Industrial Policy and Its Impact on U.S. Companies, Workers and the American Economy,” presentation at Hearing Before the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission (March 24, 2009) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2009
  • “Origin of the Trade Jurisdiction of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit,” Journal of the Federal Circuit Historical Society, Vol. 2 (December 2008) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2008
  • More Than 50 Years of Trade Rule Discrimination on Taxation: How Trade With China is Affected Full Text – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Eric P. Salonen and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2007
  • China’s Compliance With WTO Commitments and Obligations: 2005-2007 Update Full Text – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Patrick J. McDonough, Natalie E. Stewart and Anne Ammons. Year: 2007
  • “Proposals to Improve Trade Remedies for Agricultural Trade,” paper prepared for the Marketing and International Trade Policy Committee NASDA (March 6, 2007) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2007
  • U.S.-Mexico Tomato Trade: Evaluating the Suspension Agreement Ten Years Later – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Patrick J. McDonough, Philip A. Butler, Elizabeth J. Drake and Carl Moyer. Year: 2006
  • China’s Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights and the Dangers of the Movement of Counterfeited and Pirated Goods Into the United States – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2006
  • “China’s Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights and the Dangers of the Movement of Counterfeited and Pirated Goods Into the United States,” Panel IX: IP Law and Bilateral Negotiations, paper presented at a Hearing of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (June 8, 2006) – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2006
  • China in the WTO – Year 3 – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Patrick J. McDonough and Dawei Huang. Year: 2005
  • China’s Compliance With World Trade Organization Obligations: A Review of China’s 1st Two Years of Membership – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Patrick J. McDonough and Dawei Huang. Year: 2005
  • Doing Business With China: What Your Client Needs to Know – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2004
  • Accession of the People’s Republic of China to the World Trade Organization: A Report and Selected Annexes – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2002
  • Rules in a Rules-Based WTO: Key to Growth; The Challenges Ahead – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2002
  • Rules in a Rules-Based WTO: Key to Growth; The Challenges Ahead Full Text – Author: Terence P. Stewart, Amy S. Dwyer, Patrick J. McDonough, Marta M. Prado and Amy A. Karpel. Year: 2002
  • Accession of the People’s Republic of China to the World Trade Organization: A Report and Selected Annexes – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2002
  • China’s Accession to the WTO and Its Implications for Improved Trade Flows in High Technology and Deeper U.S.-China Economic Relationship – Author: Terence P. Stewart and Patrick J. McDonough. Year: 2002

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2100 M Street, N.W., Suite 200
Washington, DC 20037
United States

Law Firm Contact: Terence P. Stewart

Tel: 202.315.0765

Fax: 202.466.1286

Website: www.stewartlaw.com

Member Since: 2003

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