April 7, 2004
New Hire Bring Hands-on Experience in Trade Negotiation & Market Access, Intellectual Property Enforcement, and Customs Compliance Washington, DC -- Kelley Drye has expanded its nationally-recognized international trade practice by adding an international trade specialist. This new addition will ensure that Kelley Drye will continue to have one of the largest, most diverse, and experienced international trade practices in the county.
“We’ve taken our multi-disciplinary approach to international trade law one step further,” explained David Hartquist, Chair of the International Trade & Customs Practice. “Our clients are looking to us to build business opportunities, ensure access to markets, and protect their business interests. The experienced professional we’ve added will help us support our clients in the new realities of the global marketplace.”
As part of its multidisciplinary approach, the International Trade & Customs group works closely with Kelley Drye’s other practice groups such as Intellectual Property, Food and Drug, and Government Relations. The group also has an in-house team of economists, Georgetown Economic Services, who provide analytical support.
Kelley Drye's Washington, DC office solves competitive problems for Fortune 500 companies, privately held corporations, and trade associations in the US and abroad. The firm has over 100 attorneys and professionals practicing in the following areas: Advertising and Marketing, Antitrust and Competition, Business Strategies and Transactions, E-Commerce and Technology, Environmental, Food and Drug Administration, Government Relations and Public Policy, Intellectual Property, International Trade, Litigation, and Trade Associations.