- Hunton & Williams LLP, Singapore: Partner, 2006/04 – 2008/05 (Web)
- White & Case LLP, Singapore: Partner, Associate, 1994/07 – 1996/04 (Web)
- Willkie Farr & Gallagher, Washington: Associate, 1992/07 – 1994/07 (Web)
- Patton Boggs & Blow, Washington: Associate, 1991/07 – 1992/07 (Web)
- University of Michigan Law School: JD, 1988/08 – 1991/05 (Web)
- Dartmouth College: AB, 1984/08 – 1988/06 (Web)
|Practice areas||international trade, customs, WTO, free trade agreements, antidumping, countervailing duty, safeguards, government relations|
|Memberships||IBA, IPBA, ABA, NAPABA, Federal Bar Association, Maryland Bar, DC Bar, UIA, Lawasia, American SIL, Asian SIL, SIEL, Court of International Trade Bar, ITC Trial Lawyers Association, Customs and Trade Bar Association|
|More about me||Edmund Sim's internationally recognized practice focuses on trade remedies (including antidumping and countervailing duties), Section 301, safeguards, customs, foreign investment, intellectual property, antitrust, competition and other issues. He has participated in more than 150 trade remedy proceedings involving products from semiconductors to shrimps and economies as diverse as China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Korea, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, South Africa, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, the United States and the European Union.
Based in Singapore, Mr. Sim represents exporters and governments in international trade disputes between Asia and Latin America, Canada, Africa, Europe and the United States, and within Asia itself. Mr. Sim has provided assistance to government trade ministries in China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Oman, the Philippines and Indonesia in the implementation of antidumping and countervailing duty laws, rules of origin, free trade agreements, and investment laws. Much of this work involves application of the WTO agreements. Mr. Sim has participated in dispute resolution proceedings under the WTO, GATT, NAFTA and U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement. He has also participated in U.S. antitrust investigations involving the extraterritorial application of U.S. unfair competition law to Southeast Asian companies and governments. Mr. Sim has also represented companies in dealing with the economic integration of the ASEAN economies into the ASEAN Economic Community through the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement, the ASEAN Investment Area and the ASEAN Industrial Cooperation Scheme. Mr. Sim regularly provides advice to major Japanese, American and European multinational corporations regarding developments in ASEAN.
Mr. Sim frequently speaks on international trade issues to corporate and university audiences and has provided commentary on trade issues to news sources such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, USA Today, Straits Times, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong Standard, Bangkok Post, Channel News Asia, People's Daily, Reuters, AFX, Bloomberg, BBC and CNBC.
- Sim, E. 2005, "Overview of Asian Trade Remedies". In: Asia Pacific Antitrust and Trade Review.
- Sim, E. 1993, "Derailing the Fast-Track for International Trade Agreements". In: Florida International Law Journal, University of Florida.
- Sim, E. 1990, " Throwing a Monkey-Wrench Into the Wheels of International Finance". In: Michigan Journal International Law, University of Michigan.
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