Dr. Peter Koenig has almost 40 years of experience in international trade regulation across a wide range of issues from trade remedy (antidumping, countervailing duty) proceedings, to US Customs, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), World Trade Organization (WTO) and trade policy. He has litigated hundreds of trade remedy cases in particular.

Peter also served on an Administrative Conference Advisory Group to the US Congress with regard to US trade laws and on the Customs Committee of the American Bar Association. He was formerly with the Office of Policy, Federal Trade Commission, then International Trade Counsel at U.S. Steel and finally with the law firm Miller & Chevalier.

An authority on US trade laws, he has been called as an expert witness to testify in high-profile cases. He has published articles in leading law journals such as the Stanford Journal of International Law.

For years Peter also has been an adjunct professor in economics, finance, accounting and law at various major universities across the United States with all disciplines related to trade regulation. In addition to a law degree, he has a Ph.D. in Economics, specializing in Industrial Organization and Econometrics. He is known for his work in areas where law and economics interface, including trade remedy, ITC 337 and FCPA.

Finally, he was a Traveling Scholar to the University of Chicago, as to Law and Economics. All above education completed at age 25.

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  • The Ohio State University, Ph.D., Economics, 1981
  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 1981


  • District of Columbia, 2002

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