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Elizabeth (Liz) Espín Stern

Elizabeth (Liz) Espín Stern

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Elizabeth Espín Stern, a partner in Mayer Brown's Washington DC office, leads the firm's Global Mobility & Migration practice, which forms part of the Employment & Benefits group. She is a seasoned veteran who has advised companies through every major immigration policy change since 1986. She is consistently ranked as a leading business immigration lawyer by Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Who's Who Legal, The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers, and national and local publications. In addition, she has been named in Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers and "Women in Law Awards 2014" by Lawyer Monthly and named one of National Law Journal's "Outstanding Women Lawyers 2015." She spearheads Mayer Brown's market-leading global worksite management initiative, which addresses US and global immigration compliance, HR functions, and mobility services . This proprietary Mayer Brown Global People Solution™ offers multinational clients in a variety of sectors,  including financial services, consulting,  IT, defense, consumer goods, telecommunications and multimedia, a comprehensive compliance and management program in connection with their mobile workforce. Liz regularly speaks and writes about immigration policies and contributes to major news agencies and publications, including Law 360, for which she serves on the Immigration editorial advisory board; Quartz.com; Global Business News and a host of global HR publications.

Liz focuses on issues that are unique to dynamic commercial entities with a global work force. She helps companies establish global compliance and management programs to move their executive and professional work corps to various locations around the world. She is knowledgeable in global HR disciplines and transactions, including visas, work permits and compliance and how immigration transactions interface with tax, employment, compensation and benefits, corporate formation, data privacy, export controls, and anti-corruption and anti-bribery regulation.

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