John Miller, CPA

Partner Emeritus

John Miller

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Washington, DC
1025 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 900
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202.383.3752


John Miller, CPA, is a Partner Emeritus in the Advisory Services group at Marks Paneth LLP. He assists counsel for respondents and petitioners in antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations before the US Department of Commerce (USDOC) and the European Commission, as well as in dispute settlements before the World Trade Organization. During his career he has also directed numerous engagements in export controls and fraud investigations. He was a partner at ITR LLC, a Washington, DC-based accounting firm that combined with Marks Paneth in 2014.

Mr. Miller‘s experience includes serving as a partner with a national accounting firm, where he was the partner-in-charge of assisting the USDOC with numerous AD and CVD investigations during the first eight years that Commerce had the responsibility for administering these proceedings. While on a leave of absence in 1995, Mr. Miller worked at Commerce as a special assistant where he assisted in the drafting of regulations concerning the Uruguay Round implementing legislation. 

Mr. Miller was the partner-in-charge of numerous engagements performed for the Office of Export Administration including the development of the internal control program in its regulations. In this role he also conducted export compliance audits on behalf of Commerce. Mr. Miller also managed the accounting firm’s assistance to the Department of the Treasury in both the development of the pre-clearance questionnaire and in the verification of certain pre-clearance requests related to the Steel Trigger Price Mechanism. Mr. Miller has performed engagements in fraud detection and damage assessment. 

In trade remedies investigations Mr. Miller assists counsel in coordinating respondents' submissions to the administering agency (e.g., US Department of Commerce, the Commission of the European Union), developing respondent submission methodologies, formulating US and foreign market pricing strategies and analyzing antidumping responses for petitioners. 

A representative list of his private sector engagements:

Before the US Department of Commerce

  • Sugar from Mexico
  • OCTG from Ukraine
  • Shrimp from Thailand
  • Softwood Lumber from Canada
  • Spring and Durum Wheat from Canada
  • Hot-Rolled Carbon Steel Flat Products from the Netherlands
  • Large Newspaper Printing Presses from Japan
  • Minivans from Japan
  • Carbon Steel Flat Rolled Products from Japan
  • Pasta from Italy
  • DRAMS from Korea
  • Leaded Steel Bar from England
  • Coated Groundwood Paper from Finland and Scotland
  • Kiwifruit from New Zealand
  • Semiconductors from Korea
  • Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Film from Japan
  • Cement from Mexico
  • Mechanical Transfer Presses from Japan
  • Ball Bearings from France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy and Germany
  • Needle Roller Bearings from the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Spherical Roller Bearings from Sweden, the United Kingdom and France
  • Cylindrical Roller Bearings from Sweden and the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Plain Bearings from France and the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Microdisks from Japan
  • Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide from Greece and Ireland

Before the European Commission

  • Compact Disk Players from Malaysia
  • Color Televisions from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand
  • Portland Cement from the Czech and Slovak Republics 


University of California
Bachelor of Arts

Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Master of Business Administration

Professional Memberships

American Society of Certified Public Accountants 

Practice Areas

Litigation Support

Licensed In

New York

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