Matthew L. Kanna
Matt regularly represents large, multinational corporations in both market economy and non-market economy antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, on behalf of both foreign companies and US domestic industries. Matt has also served as counsel on disputes governed by the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization.
Matt completed his clerkship in the cabinet of Judge Antonio Mario La Pergola, at the Cour de justice des Communautés européennes (Court of Justice of the European Communities) in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. While serving at the Cour de justice, Matt worked on numerous cases, including appeals of antidumping determinations imposed by the European Commission, disputes between European Union member states involving intra-EU fishing quotas, the application of the VAT Directive and the extra-territorial effects of member state bank secrecy laws under the Treaty on European Union.
Publications, Presentations, & Recognitions
“Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in the Courts: Recent Trends and Future Prospects,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, April 2001
Bar & Court Admissions
- District of Columbia Bar
- US Court of International Trade
University of Michigan Law SchoolJD,2001University of MichiganMHSA,Semester studying European law at the University of Copenhagen Faculty of Law in Copenhagen,2001Københavns Universitet,Det Juriskiske Fakultet,1999University of UtahBS,economics,1997University of UtahBS,health and behavioral science,1997