Lynn G. Kamarck
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Lynn G. Kamarck focuses her practice on regulatory matters and has more than 30 years of experience in international trade matters, with an emphasis on trade remedy proceedings, trade policy, export controls and customs. Lynn represents clients in international trade proceedings, including antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguards cases, customs penalty proceedings and related litigation. Additionally, Lynn drafts and promotes legislative and regulatory changes on behalf of her clients. Her export control experience includes export compliance company audits, preparation of voluntary disclosures, development of compliance programs, preparation of licenses, ITAR registrations, ITAR General Correspondence and Commodity Jurisdiction requests and advice on sanctions restrictions and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Read Lynn Kamarck's full bio.
Key Takeaways | Update on the Solar Circumvention Proceeding and Discussion of Possible Comments in Response to Commerce’s Recent Memo
By Carl J. Fleming, Lynn G. Kamarck and Tyler Kimberly on May 18, 2022
Posted In Featured, Project Development and Finance, Renewables
On May 17, 2022, Carl Fleming, Lynn Kamarck and Tyler Kimberly from McDermott’s Energy and Project Finance and International Trade teams hosted Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) General Counsel and Vice President of Market Strategy John Smirnow for a roundtable discussion that provided substantive arguments, best practices and other advocacy strategies for US solar developers...
Key Takeaways | Commercial, Legal and Policy Responses to Commerce’s Anticircumvention Investigation
By Carl J. Fleming, Lynn G. Kamarck and Tyler Kimberly on Apr 6, 2022
Posted In Power Markets, Project Development and Finance, Renewables
The US Department of Commerce (Commerce) recently initiated a circumvention investigation against solar cell and module imports from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. This decision has the potential to profoundly impact the companies that import or rely on imported crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells (CSPs) in the United States. To help companies navigate this investigation, McDermott’s...