William Zeitler represents clients in litigation and provides legal advice
in all types of international trade and business transactions disputes. He
has concentrated his practice in certain areas of import relief, including
Section 337 intellectual property rights litigation before the U. S.
International Trade Commission primarily involving patent, trademark,
trade secret, gray market, copyright and unfair competition cases, as
well as antidumping and countervailing duty investigations and
administrative reviews before the U. S. Department of Commerce and
the U.S. International Trade Commission.
He has also concentrated his practice in the area of economic sanctions
where he represents clients before the Office of Foreign Assets Control
and, in the area of export controls, where he represents clients before
the U. S. Department of State, particularly in matters involving ITAR
and export compliance.
William Zeitler also represents clients in litigation before U. S. courts
in international transactions, involving matters relating to licensing,
breach of contract, and fraud.