Anti-Dumping Review Panel

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.

Reviews

There are 2 types of decisions the review panel reviews:

  1. decisions of the minister
  2. decisions of the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission.

Applying for a review

Learn about the types of decisions that the review panel can review and the application forms you must use.

Current reviews

Find current reviews by the Anti-Dumping Review Panel.

Past reviews

Past Anti-Dumping Review Panel reviews

Find past reviews by the Anti-Dumping Review Panel.

Past Anti-Dumping Review Panel reviews currently subject to judicial review  

Find past reviews currently subject to judicial review in the Federal Court or High Court of Australia.

About the Anti-Dumping Review Panel

Panel members

The Anti-Dumping Review Panel consists of:

  • Ms Joan Fitzhenry (Senior Member)
  • Ms Leora Blumberg
  • Ms Jaclyne Fisher
  • Mr Paul O’Connor
  • Mr Andrew Stoler
  • Mr Frank Schoneveld.

Legislation

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:

Anti-Dumping Review Panel review process

There are different processes depending on what type of decision is being reviewed.