Megan Mohler helps clients on a wide range of international trade-related issues. Her areas of practice focus on import laws and export controls, navigating Trade Promotion Authority actions, representing companies before several governmental agencies, including U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security, Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, and Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Controls.
Megan assists companies with various import compliance matters, including advising on and filing Section 301 and 232 exclusion requests, writing briefs before the Court of International Trade, free trade agreement qualifications (e.g., NAFTA), responding to CBP inquiries, filing protests, classification reviews, submitting CBP ruling requests, tariff mitigation strategies, country of origin determinations, foreign trade zone issues, and assisting companies in Customs audits. She also has experience in conducting internal investigations related to prior disclosures to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Megan has experience helping companies navigate the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, the Foreign Trade Regulations, and various sanction regimes. She assists clients with export control questions, such as determining the export jurisdiction and classification of goods and technology, assisting with voluntary disclosures, and advising on economic sanctions.
Megan has recently written and assisted with successful briefs before the Court of International Trade relating to the scope of Antidumping Duty orders and has prepared several practical training presentations on Section 301 Duties, Section 232 Duties, USMCA, and NAFTA.
Megan is a member of the American Bar Association, Texas Bar Association, the Texas Bar Association’s International Law Section, and Attorneys Serving the Community.
- World ECR: United States Export Control Reform Act and “Emerging Technologies” (Upcoming)
- 8 Things You Should Know Before Submitting MTB Petitions for the 2019 Cycle (October 2019)
- Bloomberg Tax: Trade Wars: Global Protectionism as a Threat to Cross-Border Transactions (September 2019)
- Lexology: Latest Trade War Antics (August 2019)
- Lexology: New NAFTA, who dis? (October 2018)
Megan earned her J.D. from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. At SMU, Megan served on the Editorial Board of the International Law Review Association and participated in the Civil/Consumer Advocacy Clinic. She received the Gerard Alexander Monk Memorial Scholarship at Partnering for Compliance West 2017 and prior to her legal studies, Megan attended the University of Arizona in Tucson, where she graduated with Honors and earned her B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Sports Management.