You can trust our firm to protect your business.

Mowry & Grimson is a recognized leader in designing and implementing collaborative, client-focused market access strategies and opportunities through strategic business alliances. We work to be your trusted partner and pathfinder in navigating a complex and ever-changing regulatory environment. While some law firms hedge their bets by providing clients with an array of scenarios and possible outcomes, our attorneys work directly with you to create a thoughtful and targeted approach to your trade law challenges.

Practice Areas

Mowry & Grimson attorneys operate at the forefront of antidumping and countervailing duty investigations to advocate for free trade.
Mowry & Grimson attorneys keep clients informed of the latest trade wars.
Mowry & Grimson works with U.S. importers to ensure compliance with the vast array of laws administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Mowry & Grimson advocates for U.S. importers faced with enforcement actions by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Mowry & Grimson attorneys are veterans in the federal courts litigating all aspects of trade regulation.
Mowry & Grimson attorneys work with both domestic and international clients to meet U.S. trade regulations, safety standards and responsible trade obligations with a special focus on legal logging.

Client Testimonials

“The experts at M&G noticed an error in how CBP was processing our import documents and put a team together to obtain millions of dollars in refunds of excess duty payments.”

– Steel Producer

“M&G is our go-to firm for ADD/CVD/Tariff matters. I find their lawyers to be incredibly sharp and responsive. They have done a great job bringing me up to speed and stepping up whenever I need help.”

– General Counsel for a Major Importer of Building Products and Fasteners

“We count on M&G to guide us through every AD/CVD case affecting our imports.”

– Top 10 U.S. Importer

“I’m a small California walnut farmer suffering in the current trade wars. Mowry & Grimson took my case all the way to the Supreme Court!”

– American Farmer