Stephanie Desjardins is a partner at Tereposky & DeRose. She represents clients in anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings before the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Canadian international Trade Tribunal (CITT), as well as judicial reviews before the Federal Court of Appeal. Her practice includes advising private clients in government procurement and contracting, economic sanctions, import and export controls, and customs matters. She also represents governments in disputes before the World Trade Organization. Stephanie regularly advises on compliance matters, including the Controlled Goods Program and the Contract Security Program (formerly the Industrial Security Program) with the Government of Canada. She also advises and consults on the interpretation and application of trade and investment treaties.
Prior to joining Tereposky & DeRose, Stephanie worked in the legal department at the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and clerked for the Honourable Justice Marianne Rivoalen at the Federal Court of Appeal. She is currently a member of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Advisory Committee and the Treasurer of the Réseau francophone de droit international.
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