Yun’s practice is focused on trade remedies and customs laws. Yun represents clients in a variety of international trade matters including anti-dumping duty, countervailing duty, Section 232 and Section 301 duties before the Department of Commerce, the U.S. International Trade Committee, and the U.S. Trade Representatives.
Yun also advises companies on customs compliance matters, including tariff classification, country of origin analysis, first sale duty saving programs, and other regulatory issues involving trade enforcement actions to ensure compliance and minimal exposure to duties and penalties. Her recent work includes representing a leading medical supply company in a forced labor compliance due diligence review, which included a forced labor audit of a factory in China.
Prior to joining ArentFox Schiff, Yun worked at a leading accounting firm where she advised clients on import and export compliance matters. Before that she was an associate at Crowell & Moring LLP and also gained experience at a boutique law firm dedicated to international trade and customs practice.
Publications, Presentations & Recognitions
- “Lessons to Be Learned In Canada: Biden Administration Enforcement of the Forced Labor Provisions In the USMCA,” Customs & International Trade Newsletter, Thomson Reuters, June 2021
“CBP Issues WRO on Solar Materials Made By Chinese Companies,” Arent Fox Alert, June 28, 2021
Life Beyond the Law
Yun is fluent in Mandarin. Yun also enjoys cooking, travelling, scuba diving and yoga.
Bar & Court Admissions
- New York Bar
- District of Columbia Bar
- US Court of International Trade
- US Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
New York University, MA, 2008New York Law School, JD, 2014