Daniel Pickard

Daniel Pickard

Daniel Pickard, an esteemed lawyer known for his national practice, provides legal guidance to clients on issues of international trade regulation as well as matters pertaining to national security.

Representative of companies in trade remedy investigations including anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations. He offers comprehensive international trade law compliance advice relating to U.S. economic sanctions, export controls such as International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), as well as mitigating Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI) issues.

Early Life and Education

Daniel Pickard is the son of an architect and school teacher living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His first exposure to music came through Motown albums being played on his mother’s car stereo during school runs; later he learned guitar after being inspired by rock artists such as Lou Reed and Pink Floyd.

After graduating, he moved to California in order to work for Mark Kleiman, then the head of an influential drug policy group in San Francisco. There he met Alexander Shulgin – an eccentric professor who studied hallucinogens extensively and wrote several books on them – who introduced him to Alexander Shulgin who then taught classes about them at Berkeley.

Skinner boasted to Pickard of his connections to wealthy financiers like Warren Buffett, telling him he could access funds for research via Omaha-born billionaire Buffett. Unfortunately, Pickard eventually discovered Skinner was spreading false promises and eventually realized he had been taken advantage of by Skinner.

Professional Career

He is a member of the bar association and boasts over two decades of experience. He specializes in international trade and national security matters and regularly appears before various agencies such as U.S. International Trade Commission, OFAC (Office of Foreign Asset Control), Department of Justice and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.

Dan is also a frequent author and speaker on issues pertaining to antidumping, countervailing duty, and safeguard investigations. He has served as lead counsel in successful antidumping/countervailing duty/safeguard investigations of freight rail couplers imported from China; among many other cases. Using his expertise he has helped clients obtain relief against unfairly priced imports as well as maintain jobs within the US economy.

Achievement and Honors

Daniel Pickard of Wiley Rein’s national practice and team Telecom practice. Additionally, he serves as leader in Wiley Rein’s National Security Group. He was honored to receive this accolade.

Film and Theatre were his two primary creative outlets; soundtrack composers Michael Nyman, Francois de Roubaix and John Carpenter gave him invaluable training in orchestration and arrangement; while his love of great songwriters like Ray Davies, David Bowie, Serge Gainsbourg ensured melody was at the core of what he does.

His first guest appearances on television occurred between 1951 and 1952 on crime dramas Racket Squad and Boston Blackie as well as Westerners with Reed Hadley.

Personal Life

Daniel Pickard has earned a distinguished national reputation as an advisor on international trade laws and regulations, including import remedy, anti-bribery measures, export control issues and issues pertaining to national security. He frequently appears before the International Trade Commission (ITC), as well as other government bodies and regulatory authorities.

Daniel advises clients on matters related to foreign policy and national security, representing them before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), Team Telecom and the Department of Defense. In addition, he develops and implements comprehensive international trade law compliance programs while offering guidance in mitigating Foreign Ownership Control or Influence (FOCI) issues.

He enjoys listening to musicians like Michael Nyman and Francois de Roubaix; melodies are an integral part of his life. Additionally, he’s an avid Baltimore Ravens fan who cherishes family time.

Net Worth

He made appearances in several television westerns including Tales of the Texas Rangers, Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theatre, Yancy Derringer and Wagon Train as Johnny Ringo and played Sergeant Major Murdock on twelve episodes of Gunsmoke starring James Arness.

His defence barrister, Ayman Khokhar, stated that Pickard, who was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the attack, has an appalling history, with 34 previous convictions for violent offences and no serious injuries sustained as a result of this assault.

According to his most recent Form 4 filing with the SEC, he owns over 4,000 units of Plantronics stock valued at $1,201,754. Over the past decade he made two trades of Plantronics shares and also owns stakes in Shopify e-commerce platform.

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