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Our lawyers have previously worked in public service at 20 different regulatory agencies, including the DOJ, EPA, FAA, FCC, FERC, FTC, IRS, NOAA, SEC, USPTO and the Federal Reserve. The 2013 Chambers USA ranked our Aviation Regulatory, Banking & Securities Regulation, Environment, Food & Beverages: Alcohol, Government Contracts, Government Relations, International Trade, Native American Law and Political Law among the nation’s best. We regularly handle trade matters under WTO and NAFTA, advise on export and technology transfer controls, and represent clients in trade remedy proceedings before the International Trade Commission and the Court of International Trade, including antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard proceedings.
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