Wiley Rein's Brightbill discusses U.S.-Chinese solar dispute following anti-dumping move

As the U.S. Commerce Department moves forward with anti-subsidy and anti-dumping tariff proposals against Chinese solar imports, is there room for compromise between the two countries? During today's OnPoint, Timothy Brightbill, a partner at Wiley Rein and the lead trade lawyer on SolarWorld's case against Chinese manufacturers, discusses the impact of the proposed tariffs on U.S. manufacturers and installers. He also responds to the Solar Energy Industries Association's suggestion that the two governments should work together toward a solution to the trade dispute.