Law360 is pleased to announce the formation of its 2018 International Trade editorial advisory board.
The purpose of the editorial advisory board is to get feedback on Law360's coverage and gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.
The members of the 2018 International Trade Law360 editorial advisory board are:
Yohai Baisburd, Dentons
A partner at Dentons, Yohai Baisburd advises clients in a variety of international trade, global supply chain and free trade agreement matters. He represents clients in anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings in numerous countries. He also advises clients on all aspects of customs law such as compliance with complex classification, valuation and marking rules, audits, and fraud investigations.
Nancy Fischer, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Nancy Fischer leads Pillsbury’s public practices and public policy teams and is a recognized authority on international trade law. She advises a global clientele on international trade matters and dispute resolution and the impact of U.S. regulations on worldwide trade and investments. She provides guidance on export controls, embargoes, anti-bribery laws, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States reviews, trade remedies, customs laws, and World Trade Organization and NAFTA disputes.
Michael Gershberg, Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Michael Gershberg is a partner in Fried Frank’s international trade and investment practice. He focuses on the representation of foreign and domestic clients regarding the application of economic sanctions and export controls. He also advises on CFIUS proceedings and anti-money laundering rules.
Brendan Hanifin, Ropes & Gray LLP
Counsel at Ropes & Gray in Chicago, Brendan Hanifin advises clients on international risk matters, including compliance with anti-corruption laws, economic sanctions, anti-money laundering laws, export controls, customs regulations, and anti-boycott laws. He also advises clients on international risk issues related to transactions and investments, including the CFIUS review process.
Brenda A. Jacobs, Sidley Austin LLP
Brenda Jacobs advises and represents before trade agencies and Congress global brands, service providers, multinationals and foreign governments on trade policy, trade remedies, economic sanctions, customs, compliance and corporate social responsibility matters. Also a licensed customs broker, she previously served as senior counsel for trade agreements at the U.S. Department of Commerce and served in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Judith Alison Lee, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Judith Lee is co-chair of the international trade practice group and partner in Gibson Dunn’s D.C. office. Her areas of expertise include economic sanctions, export controls, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, CFIUS and blockchain and cryptocurrency. She formerly co-chaired the International Bar Association’s export controls, sanctions and anti-corruption subcommittee, and the American Bar Association’s export controls and embargoes committee.
Mario Mancuso, Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Kirkland & Ellis partner Mario Mancuso leads the firm’s international trade and national security practice. A former member of the president’s national security team, Mancuso handles transactional, investigative and enforcement-related matters worldwide. He specializes in counseling clients on international risk matters, guiding clients through the CFIUS process, and resolving crises involving national security-related investigations by the U.S. government.
Cortney Morgan, Husch Blackwell LLP
Cortney Morgan advises global companies on all aspects of international trade regulation, planning and compliance. An experienced attorney, her current work includes advising on International Traffic in Arms Regulations, trade controls and sanctions matters related to a global technology company’s merger, including transfer of export registrations, licenses and integration of corporate compliance policies.
Daniel B. Pickard, Wiley Rein LLP
Daniel Pickard is a partner in Wiley Rein’s prominent international trade practice and counsels U.S. and international clients on the laws and regulations governing international trade. He has a breadth of experience in import remedy, anti-bribery, national security and export control issues, and also provides guidance related to the FCPA and Foreign Agents Registration Act.
David Schwartz, Thompson Hine LLP
David Schwartz is a partner at Thompson Hine LLP and chair of its international trade practice group. He advises clients on international trade laws, regulations and agreements. He focuses on trade remedy litigation, trade policy and cross-border compliance issues affecting goods, services, technology and investments.
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