Jessica Wasserman is an international trade attorney based in Washington D.C.
Ms. Wasserman advises clients on trade regulatory issues and trade remedies and has represented major companies and associations on all aspects of international trade and investments, including CFIUS investment reviews, China 301 tariffs, antidumping, section 201 safeguards, trade agreement negotiations, customs, regulatory compliance, and congressional advocacy.
Ms. Wasserman has significant experience liaising with trade bodies, including Senate Finance, House Ways and Means, and ITC Commissioners and staff. She has represented clients in a wide range of sectors, including food and beverage, agriculture, medical device, cosmetics, and automotive. She has served in high-level international law and policy positions at the United States Departments of Commerce and Agriculture. She also has experience representing the U.S. Department of Commerce in climate change negotiations.
Ms. Wasserman has served as DOC, handling all aspects of antidumping and subsidy cases. Notable examples include semiconductors from Japan, hot rolled steel from Germany, and lumber from Canada. She was previously appointed to DOC to represent the US in international negotiations of environmental agreements and at the WTO. Ms. Wassmeran has also been appointed at USDA, representing the US in dispute settlement at the WTO; at APEC; and at the OECD. She has negotiated international trade arrangements, including the US-UAE trade agreement, and agreements between US-Korea, US-EU, TPP and USMCA.