Lorenzo Di Masi


            Lorenzo is an EU and international trade lawyer advising on a wide variety of administrative and compliance matters.

            Lorenzo specialises in all aspects of international trade law including trade defence, sanctions and export controls, from day-to-day compliance and due diligence advice to internal investigations, and customs law.  

            Lorenzo has developed significant experience in assisting industrial clients in the steel and metals sectors in the context of EU, U.S. and other countries' anti-dumping, countervailing and safeguard proceedings.  

            In addition to trade law, Lorenzo frequently advises clients on a wide variety of EU regulatory and product risk management issues, including product safety, consumer law, automotive standards and EU environmental law, as well as on EU and Italian competition matters.

            Prior to joining DWF, Lorenzo worked at two major U.S. law firms in Brussels and for the Directorate of Legislative Acts of the European Parliament.

            Lorenzo's mother tongue is Italian and he is fluent in English and French.

            • Brussels Bar (Ordre français)
            • Represented several Indian producers before the European Commission in a major safeguard investigation against imports of steel in the EU.
            • Advised leading Italian steel manufacturers in the context of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations initiated by the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission.
            • Advised clients in relation to Section 232 Investigations on the Effect of Imports of Steel and Aluminium on U.S. National Security.

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