Government actions increasingly affect companies involved in the global trade of goods and services. Whether governments are negotiating multilateral, regional or bilateral trade agreements, or revising national laws and regulations, the involvement of governments has a direct impact on the rules governing international trade. While the ultimate goal may be a more liberalized trading system, the immediate result is just as likely to be a thicket of rules, procedures and exceptions. This can mean an even more difficult business environment.
Our International Trade group helps clients manage the risks and maximize the opportunities associated with the increasing regulation of international trade in goods and services. Our practice extends throughout the globe and provides a range of services designed to match the scope of global trade regulation and to answer the needs of our clients wherever and whenever they arise.
The lawyers and other professionals in our trade practice believe the best way to serve our clients is through the use of interdisciplinary teams located around the world. This approach increases our efficiency and allows us to address our clients' trade issues with the best possible talent in our network quickly and effectively. Moreover, by deploying a multicultural and multilingual global team, we are able to communicate and negotiate with local trade officials in a manner that serves the best business interests of our clients. This gives us an important competitive advantage in the worldwide marketplace.
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AWARDS & RECOGNITION
International Trade Practice Group of the Year: 2015
"Prominent firm with noted teams in Beijing, Washington, DC and both Brussels and Geneva. The group advises both sovereign government and international corporations on the scope of cross-border trade agreements and anti-dumping investigations."
Chambers Global 2016 (International Trade/WTO)
"Recognized strength in trade remedies disputes, particularly before the WTO. Strong capabilities in the CFIUS review process and FOCI mitigation."
Chambers USA 2016 (International Trade)
"A full-service firm advising on US and Asia trade remedy cases, as well as customs regulations and FTA developments. Strong regional footprint in Asia, with team members situated in Japan, Singapore and Thailand."
Chambers Asia-Pacific 2016 (International Trade/WTO)
"White & Case has a deep breadth of experience and talent when it comes to international trade that a global company can rely upon with its legal matters around the world."
Chambers USA 2015 (International Trade)
"An excellent example of a global network. They’re really global, really integrated and the quality of their people is consistently high."
"This firm is highlighted for its exceptional international footprint, offering local coverage in Brussels, Geneva, Tokyo, Beijing and Washington, DC."
Chambers Global 2013 (International Trade/WTO)
"An excellent amount of talent – very clever and flexible."
Chambers Europe-wide 2013