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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks international trade attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate should have experience in private practice, industry and/or government regarding legal, compliance, investigations, and enforcement issues arising under International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), U.S. anti-boycott laws, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Must have experience with export controls and sanctions compliance "best practices," including internal compliance policies and procedures, transaction screening, commodity jurisdiction, commodity classification, licensing, training, and auditing. Experience of conducting and managing internal investigations and drafting voluntary disclosures to the relevant government enforcement authorities are essential. Experience of responding to government inquiries, administrative and criminal subpoenas, and other forms of government investigations are needed. Experience of export controls, sanctions and anti-corruption compliance issues including in the context of due diligence in mergers and acquisitions, as well as day-to-day business transactions is needed. Working experience with company in-house counsel, and business personnel in connection with the activities above; and familiarity with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.S. anti-boycott laws and regulations is strongly preferred.
The District of Columbia-based law practice entered the legal market almost thirty years ago. The law office merged with a leading legal firm three years ago. Over sixty-five well-established attorneys are on staff. They concentrate mainly on federal regulatory law. A number of their practice disciplines consist of antitrust, U.S. trade regulation, international trade regulation, election law, litigation, corporate governance, and tax-estate planning. They are involved in varied philanthropic efforts such as pro-bono work. Attorneys have received top honors from major industry publications.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level international trade attorney with 3+ years of experience in Department of Commerce Antidumping and Countervailing duty cases. The candidate should have experience in market economy and non-market economy. International Trade Commission injury case experience, U.S. Court of International Trade or U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit judicial clerkship experience and/or foreign language skills are a plus. Must currently be licensed to practice law, or currently eligible to become licensed to practice, in Washington, DC.
This firm offers a diverse, challenging practice among a congenial, creative group of polished attorneys in a sophisticated yet relaxed setting. The firm offers numerous perks and is very diversity conscious. The firm is very selective, and a solid academic background from a top-ranking school typically is required; federal clerkships and law review also are highly valued.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks international regulation and compliance attorney with 2+ years of anti-corruption experience. The candidate should have experience with internal or government investigations, preferably in FCPA matters. Experience managing investigations, or parts of investigations, are of particular interest. French and/or Spanish language skills are preferred. Must be members of the DC Bar or eligible for membership by waiver.
This enormous Washington, DC, firm offers a surprising amount of immediate client contact for junior level attorneys given its even partner/associate ratio. Although this firm's attorneys total in the hundreds world-wide, the Washington, DC, office is a collaborative effort. Especially solid in international trade and energy law, this firm wants its associate to get ready to roll up their sleeves. Associates will have no shortage of work to do, but will be well compensated. This firm is one of the best in Washington, DC, with all the benefits of a big firm. Hoped you studied hard and made a lot of friends, because the firm emphasizes academic grades and friendliness in its new hires.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks attorney with 2 years of experience. The candidate will serve as an international trade compliance analyst at the Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, office of Enforcement and Compliance. Must have experience with administration of antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations, reviews and related proceedings, specifically: Performed analyses of company responses in AD/CVD investigations/reviews; Conducted onsite verification of foreign respondents; Managed caseloads and completed activities within established schedules. Must have knowledge of relevant AD/CVD laws and regulations. Membership of a Bar and in good standing is required.
This firm has offices in Aberdeen, Buenos Aires, Detroit, Hong Kong, Miami, New York, Sao Paulo, Warsaw, Bengaluru, Chicago, Dubai, Mexico City, Munich, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Shanghai. This firm offers a wide range of services to each client under the areas of customs and other agencies, FDA regulatory and life sciences practice, intellectual property, litigation and dispute resolution, international trade policy and government relations, conflict minerals, trade remedies advocacy, export controls and economic sanctions. This firm is one of the largest international trade and customs services provider in the world.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks international trade attorney with 1-2 years of experience in trade remedy and customs matters. The candidate should preferably have experience in export controls and sanctions (EAR, ITAR, OFAC).
The DC office of this large national firm seeks to strike a balance between lifestyle and its demanding clientele. This firm has particularly strong financial services and capital markets, as well as international trade, practices, and also a range of other smaller practice groups as well. If you are looking to work in a smaller and more intimate but full-service office of a large national firm, this is a firm to consider. This firm recruits attorneys with strong credentials and experience, but remains dedicated to maintaining a collegial and diverse atmosphere.
Washington DC office is seeking an international trade attorney with 3-5 years of US customs compliance experience required. Exposure to export control work and anti-dumping matters a plus. Strong academic credentials and solid law firm experience required.
This firm may not draw instant recognition, but you can hardly do better in the Washington, DC, community. Competing against the nation's top five firms for high-level Washington DC work, this firm generally scores high in litigation and antitrust. Excellent compensation is balanced by great benefits,plus the prestige of being one of DC's best home-grown powerhouses. With hundreds of attorneys, this firm fares well competing at the top of the ranks for clients, and attributes its success partly to the caliber of lawyer it employs. Only top grades from top schools are acceptable here.
International Trade Attorney jobs in District Of Columbia
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