Ted Hume is seasoned international trade and custom lawyer with 34 years of combined experience in private practice and government services. He previously worked at the law firm of Cades Schutte Fleming & Wright, Texas Instruments, U.S. Custom Service, U.S. Treasury, and U.S. Trade Representative Office.
Mr. Hume’s areas of practice include international trade, antidumping, and customs cases, as well as structuring, regulatory, and compliance issues related to overseas clients establishing U.S. businesses and U.S. clients establishing businesses in China. He has extensive experience in negotiating and working with U.S. regulatory bodies, domestic and foreign trade associations, and domestic union organizations. Mr. Hume has also headed the U.S. delegation at the GATT Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Codes meeting in Geneva, and chaired an interagency committee on Subsidies/Countervailing Duties and Anti-Dumping.
Mr. Hume received his B.A. and Master’s degree in International Trade and Development from Yale and Georgetown, respectively, and his J.D. from American University. Mr. Hume is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Virginia, Texas, and Hawaii.