Claudia Hartleben Dunsch focuses her practice on international trade and investment, representing global companies in international trade litigation and anti-dumping, countervailing duty, and other trade enforcement administrative proceedings before the U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. International Trade Commission in a wide range of industries, including steel, forestry, and energy.
Claudia also represents private and sovereign clients before international dispute resolution tribunals under various rules and arbitral institutions, including ICSID and ICC and in ad hoc arbitrations pursuant to UNCITRAL arbitration rules. Her experience includes matters in the oil and gas, mining, and real estate industries.
Claudia’s pro bono work includes representation of asylum-seekers, including conducting front-line interviews and counseling to detained migrants, and counseling on D.C. landlord-tenant matters.
- International trade litigation
- Anti-dumping proceedings
- International investment disputes
- International arbitration & dispute resolution
- Venture capital & emerging businesses