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International Trade

With a group that includes a former US Secretary of Commerce, two former US Trade Representatives, and a former EU Ambassador to the US, the International Trade practice helps open markets and resolve trade disputes.

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Former Congressman Toby Moffett joins Government & Global Trade group in DC

Learn more about Brazil’s New Anti-Corruption Law – effective January 2014

Financial Times commends Mayer Brown

Financial Times recently commended Mayer Brown’s International Trade practice for “establishing important principles for World Trade Organization cases”

Several of our lawyers are internationally recognized for client representation in trade remedy proceedings, customs disputes and market access controversies. They include a former United States Secretary of Commerce and two former United States Trade Representatives, a former European Union Ambassador to the United States, a former Member of the United States Congress, as well as former senior United States trade negotiators and senior trade officials. Such credentials give us the kind of credibility with senior government officials that can help clients open markets, comply with trade laws and resolve trade disputes.

Mayer Brown's international trade lawyers and professionals in Washington, Brussels, Bangkok, Hanoi and Beijing are supported by lawyers and professionals in major business centers worldwide. That means we can help our clients understand trade policy and comply with trade laws in order to capitalize on opportunities and overcome market barriers in nearly every country.


Practice at a Glance

  • Our lawyers have been involved in negotiating almost every major trade agreement and initiative over the past 25 years
  • View our International Trade brochure in ChineseRussian and Vietnamese
  • View our International Trade Remedies brochure in Chinese, RussianThai and
  • Vietnamese

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