|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Order of Merit of the 3rd Degree||Government of Ukraine||2009|
|honorary doctorate||Russian Academy||2000|
|honorary doctorate||Ukraine Academy of Foreign Trade||1999|
|Managing Partner||Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart||1979 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Federal Circuit Bar Association||President||2012 - 2013|
|GPX International Tire Corp. v. United States , Appeal Nos. 2011-1107, -1108, -1109, slip op. on rehearing (Fed. Cir.)||Our clients' position was ultimately upheld.|
|301 Petition on China's Policies Affecting Trade and Investment in Green Technology||Two WTO requests for consultations filed to pursue problems (one resolved successfully); other topics being pursued on an ongoing basis.|
|Certain Passenger Vehicle and Light Truck Tires from China, Inv. No. TA-421-7, USITC Pub. 4085||President imposed import duties of 35%, 30% and 25% for three years from Presidential Proclamation.|
|See all legal cases|
|China's Support Programs for Automobiles and Auto Parts Under the 12th Five-Year Plan||China's Support Programs for Automobiles and Auto Parts Under the 12th Five-Year Plan (co-author)||2012|
|China's Support Programs for High-Technology Industries Under the 12th Five-Year Plan||China's Support Programs for High-Technology Industries Under the 12th Five-Year Plan||2011|
|Opportunities and Obligations: New Perspectives on Global and US Trade Policy (editor)||Moving Forward with Trade Remedies: A Collective Journey (co-author)||2009|
|After Doha, The Changing Attitude & Ideas of the New WTO Round||After Doha, The Changing Attitude & Ideas of the New WTO Round||2002|
|Handbook of WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement (co-editor)||Handbook of WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement||2001|
|The GATT Uruguay Round, A Negotiating History (Vols. I-IV)||The GATT Uruguay Round, A Negotiating History (Vols. I-IV)(editor)||1993|
|Georgetown University Law Center||N/A||Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude||1979|
|Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration||N/A||Masters in Business Administration||1972|
|College of the Holy Cross||Mathematics||Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude||1970|
|Federal Circuit Bench and Bar Conference||Changing Landscape of Federal Circuit Practice (moderator)||2012|
|2011 MIT Energy Conference||Strategic Materials for energy (panelist)||2011|
|China's Industrial Policy and its Impact on U.S. Companies, Workers and the American Economy||China's Industrial Policy and its Impact on U.S.Companies, Workers and the American Economy||2009|
Posted by Leo
I first met Terry Stewart when we were studying the opportunities for damaging trade practices. In his case we were looking at the possibility of filing trade cases against countries we believed were dumping and/or subsidizing live cattle imports into the United States.
Mr Stewart met with myself and other leaders twice, outlining what he thought might be possible trade remedies. At both meetings he presented reviews on available public data, legal standards and requirements for various trade actions, challenges, costs, and possible outcomes. Mr. Stewart was not very optimistic about winning such cases; however, because of a need to elevate these issues as our industry was contracting, we decided to pursue both a countervailing case and an anti-dumping case.
While we did not win the trade cases, we were able to develop several tools and many relationships that I believe turned out to be of greater benefit to our industry, than had we just won the cases and went home. I mention this because much of this evolved after the trade cases were finished and it was through Mr. Stewarts mentoring and understanding of our industry and his ability then to bridge our rural needs to what was available out of DC.
Mr. Stewart and his firm set up many meetings with agencies such as USTR, DOC, USDA, Dept of Justice, ITC, etc., along with many meetings with our Senate and Congressional representatives back in DC. The purpose being to help those folks understand our problems and for us to understand what resolutions might be available to us. These meetings were done very professional and always with handouts, often prepared by Mr. Stewarts firm.
Mr. Stewart was also very important in assisting and preparing many comment submissions requested by various agencies, and also was invaluable in assisting in preparing comments for various hearings we testified at.
The relationships proved to be invaluable and we even ended up having some of these agency personal attending out cattle meetings and visiting our ranches and feedlots to better understand our challenges.
Through this process we were able to develop new guidelines for trade agreements for perishable and cyclical products such as cattle and beef which can be found in the Trade Act of 2002, assist in developing beef safeguards in the Australia FTA, assist in passing legislation for Country of Origin Labeling for many agriculture products, including beef, and several other issues that have helped us be more competitive.
Finally, the sincerity, integrity, foresightedness, and character of Terry Stewart is I believe unmatched.
Posted by anonymous
Have worked with Terry Stewart and his firm for years and couldn't be more enthusiastic about the quality of their work as well as the service and support they provide. He and his firm have become essential team members rather than simply "counsel".
Joseph Donohue, Antitrust and trade law Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I have known Terry Stewart for over 30 years: as opposing counsel in trade cases; as colleagues on the Boards of Directors of the Customs and International Trade Bar Association and the Historical Society of the U.S. Court of International Trade; and as members of the Rules Committee of the U.S. Court of International Trade ("CIT"). Terry is the consummate professional, bringing years of skill and the highest standards of excellence, industry and integrity to any matter that he undertakes. He is highly respected by members of the CIT Bench and Bar. I recommend Terry Stewart without reservation.
Edward Hayes, International law Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Stewart is an outstanding lawyer who not only represents clients with appropriate zeal, but also under the highest ethical and professional standards of our profession. Mr. Stewart is one of the best professionals I know and I offer my highest endorsement.