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Caroline D. Bisk

Caroline D. Bisk


Washington, DC

How Caroline Helps Clients

Caroline has extensive experience helping both U.S. manufacturers and foreign producers on a range of international trade issues: advocating on their behalf in antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings at the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission, in which she represents clients by learning the intricacies of her clients’ products and their manufacturing process, and brings that knowledge to any potential litigation before the U.S. Court of International Trade and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; export control and sanctions issues, including OFAC, ITAR, and EAR expertise; national security concerns including work with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS); and customs work. 

What Clients Can Expect

Caroline aims to provide clients with thorough and effective legal service through consistent communication and close attention to detail. Her experience in both private practice and with the U.S. Department of Commerce allows her to carefully and accurately analyze and provide solutions for complex legal issues. 

Outside the Office

Outside the office, Caroline enjoys taking advantage of all DC has to offer, including museums, foreign films, walkabouts the city, and amazing restaurants. She has a strong interest in neuroscience and enjoys studying the intricacies of the brain, particularly cognitive linguistics. She is also passionate about learning and speaking other languages, and enjoys diving into other cultures.

Proof Points

  • Assisted in drafting briefs and preparing for hearings in numerous preliminary or final phase import injury investigations at the Court of International Trade.
  • Successfully defended antidumping and countervailing duty orders from scope ruling, circumvention, and duty drawback challenges.
  • Succeeded in acquiring the necessary export licenses for various dual-use technology products.
  • Facilitated a successful audit required by Customs and Border Protection after a client inadvertently imported thousands of products under an incorrect ECCN classification.
  • Provided numerous Prior Disclosures for clients seeking to disclose and remedy accidental trade-related transgressions.