On June 6, 2022, President Biden declared a national emergency (the “Declaration”) in relation to energy resources and temporarily extended the time of duty-free importation of solar panels and parts from Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam. This declaration comes in response to industry concerns over the implications, for ongoing solar energy projects, of the anti-circumvention inquiry by the U.S. Department of Commerce that was initiated on April 1, 2022. The Declaration permits the Secretary of Commerce to waive the collection of duties and other estimated duties on imported solar cells and modules from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Cambodia for the next twenty-four months, regardless of the outcome of the anti-circumvention inquiry.
A love for international law drew Isabella to Georgetown Law and ultimately to Husch Blackwell.
Isabella’s early career experience working across the United States (D.C., Chicago, Reno, Omaha, Carson City), and experience studying abroad in England and Italy, solidified her ambition to work with clients worldwide. Her passion for international issues is what first drew her to Georgetown Law School, and it later made Husch Blackwell a logical next career step.
Isabella’s skill and ambition made her a formidable competitor on the equestrian team in college, giving her the opportunity to build a high level of self-discipline and contribute to the success of a team. Her time management abilities helped Isabella perform at a high level both academically and as an equestrian. It’s that kind of accomplishment and organization that make her such an effective partner for clients and businesses around the globe.