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International Trade

Higher Walls, Lower Barriers?: Export Control Reform means promise and problems for aerospace and defense companies

The Obama administration’s plunge into wholesale reform of the export control system has been a bearish endeavor. While much has been done, much remains on the next administration’s to-do list. Thomas J. McCarthy, who heads Akin Gump’s international trade practice, discusses the...

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International Trade

One-Stop Shopping in the Green Lane: European customs and trade firms ally in a quest to add value for clients

Green Lane, an affiliation of European customs and trade law specialists, is named after the fast track for EU travelers between member states. It’s an apt designation. The goal of the alliance is to ease customs and trade dealings for companies working with the 28 EU member states and the...

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Antitrust & Competition

DOJ, FTC Insider Discusses Antitrust on the Global Stage

MCC: You have the unusual distinction of having worked as a senior official in both U.S. antitrust enforcement agencies. How has that experience informed your representation of private clients? Wales: I had the good fortune of spending time as a senior official in both the DOJ’s Antitrust...

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