McGill University (Bachelor of Arts, 1958). University of Montreal (Licentiate of Laws, 1961). Chairman, Customs and Legislation Committee, Canadian Importers Association, since 1978.
Worked at Gottlieb & Pearson (Montreal, QU) specializing in Anti-Dumping, Countervailing Duty, Customs, International Trade, Admiralty, Insurance, Corporate, Commercial, Administrative, Litigation and Foreign Investment, Government Procurement. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Quebec. Author: "The Canadian Anti-Dumping Acting-Law and Practice," Canadian Importers Association, published in Japanese, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).\r\n"The Valuation of Goods Imported into Canada under the Customs Acting," Canadian Importers Association.
"An Introduction to the Special Import Measures Acting (SIMA)," Canadian Importers Association. "Canadian Rules of Origin," A Chapter of Rules of Origin, International Trade, The University of Michigan Press, 1994.\r\nCompany-Author, with Doctorate.H. Pearson: "Customs Valuation in Canada". "International Trade Laws of Canada," Discovery Publishing Incorporated., 1992.
Company-Author, with Doctorate.H. Pearson and Doctorate.P. Steger, "Current and Possible Future International Rules Relating to Trade Adjustment Policies, Subsidies, Safeguards, Trade Adjustment Assistance: A View from Canada," Canada-United States.\r\nLaw Journal, Volume 14, 1988. Regular guest lecturer, McGill University, Faculty of Law on Customs and International Trade. Member: New York State, Montreal, Canadian, American and International Bar Associations.\r\nBarreau du Québec.
Institut International de Recherche. Gottlieb & Pearson serves a multi-national clientele as the only Canadian law firm dedicated for almost three decades to the practice of customs and international trade law. The firm was founded by Mr.\r\nRichard Gottlieb who is considered in Canada and abroad as a pioneer and dean of the Canadian trade law field
Gottlieb & Pearson has its origins in Montreal, Quebec and has established offices in Toronto, Ottawa, Ontario and Brussels, Belgium.
Montreal, Quebec, Canadian and American Bar Associations. Canadian Tax Foundation. International Commission of Jurists.\r\nInternational Law Association.
Canadian Society of International Law. The American Society of International Law.\r\nInternational Bar Association (Member, Business Law Section). British Institute of International and Comparative Law.