The Anti-Dumping Review Panel reviews, upon application, certain decisions made by the Minister or by the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission.
If you disagree with a decision of the Minister or the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission, you may be able to apply for a review of that decision to the Anti-Dumping Review Panel.
At the conclusion of a review, the Review Panel will make a decision to either affirm or revoke a decision of the Commissioner, or a recommendation to the Minister that the Minister either affirm or set aside and substitute their decision with a new decision.
There are two types of decisions the Review Panel reviews:
Decisions of the Minister
Decisions of the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission.
See applying for a review for more information, including a list of the types of decisions that the Review Panel can review and the application forms you must use.
The Anti-Dumping Review Panel consists of:
Ms Joan Fitzhenry (Senior Member)
Ms Leora Blumberg
Ms Jaclyne Fisher
Mr Scott Ellis
Mr Paul O’Connor
Dr James Popple (member currently on approved leave of absence)
The Review Panel is established by Division 8 of Part XVB of the Customs Act 1901. Division 9 of Part XVB describes the Panel’s procedure.
The following legislation may also be relevant to the Review Panel: