BROOKE M. RINGEL
Partner
(202) 342-8516 (202) 342-8516
BROOKE M. RINGEL Partner
Brooke Ringel assists companies, associations, and coalitions across a wide range of industries, such as steel, plastics, and fabricated metal goods, to effectively navigate U.S. trade laws and policies.

Brooke advises clients across a wide range of matters affecting companies’ international and domestic business.  She represents U.S. manufacturers in international trade remedies litigation against unfairly traded foreign imports before the U.S. International Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce.  By deeply understanding an industry, its members, and the market, Brooke excels at harnessing complex facts, legal issues, and data to achieve success.

Brooke also represents importers and exporters on the legal – and often highly technical – aspects of complying with the complicated rules for doing business across borders.  When compliance falls short, Brooke guides companies through disclosures, investigations, audits, and risk mitigation.

Creativity and commitment are the hallmarks of Brooke’s client-centered practice.  She views her client relationships as partnerships in using the law to define and attain commercial goals.

Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Brooke served as associate vice president at the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), where she led the association’s work on global intellectual property advocacy and supported trade policy issues.  In addition, Brooke served as a special assistant attorney general for the District of Columbia, litigating and trying a wide range of civil matters on behalf of the District.  Brooke is active in the Customs and International Trade Bar Association, the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT), and the WIIT Trust, and holds leadership roles in her religious and children’s school communities.
 
Recommended in the US Legal 500 for her work in the International Trade area, 2021.

Named as a Rising Star by Law360 in the area of International Trade Law, 2017.

Recognized by Super Lawyers as a Washington D.C. "Rising Star," 2018-2019.
 

About

Brooke Ringel assists companies, associations, and coalitions across a wide range of industries, such as steel, plastics, and fabricated metal goods, to effectively navigate U.S. trade laws and policies.

Brooke advises clients across a wide range of matters affecting companies’ international and domestic business.  She represents U.S. manufacturers in international trade remedies litigation against unfairly traded foreign imports before the U.S. International Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce.  By deeply understanding an industry, its members, and the market, Brooke excels at harnessing complex facts, legal issues, and data to achieve success.

Brooke also represents importers and exporters on the legal – and often highly technical – aspects of complying with the complicated rules for doing business across borders.  When compliance falls short, Brooke guides companies through disclosures, investigations, audits, and risk mitigation.

Creativity and commitment are the hallmarks of Brooke’s client-centered practice.  She views her client relationships as partnerships in using the law to define and attain commercial goals.

Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Brooke served as associate vice president at the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), where she led the association’s work on global intellectual property advocacy and supported trade policy issues.  In addition, Brooke served as a special assistant attorney general for the District of Columbia, litigating and trying a wide range of civil matters on behalf of the District.  Brooke is active in the Customs and International Trade Bar Association, the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT), and the WIIT Trust, and holds leadership roles in her religious and children’s school communities.
 

Honors

Recommended in the US Legal 500 for her work in the International Trade area, 2021.

Named as a Rising Star by Law360 in the area of International Trade Law, 2017.

Recognized by Super Lawyers as a Washington D.C. "Rising Star," 2018-2019.
 
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