A principal and one of the four founders of Capital Trade, Inc., Chuck Anderson has 30 years experience in international trade matters, principally antidumping and countervailing duty actions. He has worked for dozens of law firms and represented numerous clients, both large and small, in international trade disputes. Chuck specializes in the analysis of massive amounts of data in adversarial international trade proceedings and general litigation matters. A former trade analyst with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Chuck has particular experience in analyzing pricing and cost of production data. He also has testified in front of the U.S. International Trade Commission on economic aspects of trade cases. In addition, Chuck has prepared studies and analyses for other U.S. government agencies, including the United States Trade Representative, as well as foreign governments, trade associations,and commercial enterprises. His work has taken him to over 30 countries, and has covered numerous industries, ranging from New Zealand kiwifruit to German antifriction bearings. He has appeared as an expert in consulting and data analysis at a number of professional conferences.
M.A. in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Oxford University (1981)
B.A. from Williams College (1979).
“Surviving Verification,” Presentation for International Law Institute, August 2007.
“The Complete Guide to Completeness: Reconciling Reported Sales and Cost Data from the Outset of Antidumping Questionnaire Response Preparation,” International Trade Update, Georgetown University Law Center, February 2006
“An Outline of Current U.S. Department of Commerce Computerized Antidumping Analysis,” International Trade Update, Georgetown University Law Center,November 1997
“Recent Developments in U.S. Further Manufacturing Analysis,” in Annual International Trade Update, Georgetown University Law Center, June, 1994 with Chris Sorrels.
“Apples and Oranges: The Use of Commerce Department Dumping Margins in International Trade Commission Injury Determinations” (Unpublished) with Daniel Klett.
“Preparing the Computerized Portions of an Antidumping Questionnaire Response,” The Litigation of an Antidumping Case, Georgetown University Law Center, June, 1992 with Thomas Rogers.
“Strategies for Minimizing Exposure to Antidumping and Countervailing Duties”, U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Laws Seminar World Trade Institute, November 1988.
“Using Computers in Antidumping Proceedings: The Practitioner’s Viewpoint”, Seminar on the Use of Computers in Dumping Cases, Washington Bar Association, International Section, May 1988.