Wes Caine practices trade and customs law and has done so since 1973. Starting as a Trial Attorney in the Customs Section, U.S. Department of Justice, he represented the U.S. Customs before the then U.S. Customs Court, now U.S. Court of International Trade. Thereafter, in private practice, he has since represented clients in a broad array of customs matters involving classification, value, origin, marking, and admissibility, and has advised and represented clients in customs audits and enforcement proceedings. At one time, he was an adjunct professor of customs law at the Georgetown University Law Center, in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Caine has also participated extensively in antidumping and other trade-law proceedings on behalf of both petitioners and respondents. This has included representing clients before the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Commission, and the Federal courts that review those agencies. He has also published on antidumping law in a leading journal of international law.
Mr. Caine has assisted clients and worked on antidumping matters in a wide range of industries, including:
- Color Picture Tubes
- Cellular Mobile Telephones
With an LLM degree in trade regulation and an M.A. degree in economics, Mr. Caine has also participated in antitrust analysis and litigation. This has included assisting clients in matters before the Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, and certain Federal courts.