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Tamer A. Soliman

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Tamer Soliman is a partner in Mayer Brown's Washington DC and Dubai offices, global head of the firm’s Export Control & Sanctions practice, and a member of the International Trade practice. He advises corporate and government clients on a wide range of international trade issues governing cross-border investments, joint ventures and sales, manufacturing and the development of emerging technologies.

His practice focuses on export control, sanctions and related national security restrictions on trade. For nearly two decades, he has handled complex export control and sanctions regulatory issues and enforcement proceedings spanning multiple jurisdictions. He advises clients in a wide range of industries, including aerospace and defense, sovereign wealth and investment funds, private equity, internet technology and logistics.

Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 2017, Tamer spearheaded the international expansion of the export control and sanctions practice at another prominent international law firm based in Washington. He is known for handling cutting-edge issues involving application of the ITAR, EAR, and sanctions laws to both U.S. and non-U.S. entities and has successfully advised Boards, Audit Committees and companies in high-stakes investigations and enforcement actions. Tamer has successfully defended both US and non-US companies in multi-agency, data-intensive investigations under applicable export control and sanctions laws.

Prior to his time in private practice, Tamer was a summer law clerk for the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division in 1999 and the Criminal Division in 1998. Prior to entering law school, he worked in Washington DC and the Middle East for the DC-based National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI).

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