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Covington Wins Chambers Award for Excellence in International Trade

May 31, 2016

WASHINGTONChambers USA has selected Covington for its 2016 Award for Excellence in International Trade.

The Award for Excellence in International Trade is presented at Chambers USA’s annual awards dinner and awarded to one law firm. The award coincides with the release of the Chambers USA 2016 guidebook, in which Covington received a top-tier ranking nationally in various trade and trade-related areas, including the International Trade, International Trade: CFIUS Experts, and International Trade: Intellectual Property (Section 337) categories.

Chambers described Covington’s “dominant international trade group” as being “at the forefront of the market and… renowned for its outstanding work across CFIUS, export controls, economic sanctions, trade remedies and policy issues.” Chambers also highlighted the group’s “excellent client service and comprehensive understanding of the nuances in trade law.”

Along with the firm rankings, 10 Covington lawyers were ranked in various international trade categories. The recognized lawyers include Maureen Browne, Damara Chambers, Stuart Eizenstat, David Fagan, Peter Flanagan, Corinne Goldstein, Peter Lichtenbaum, Mark Plotkin, Sturgis Sobin, and John Veroneau.

Covington offers full-service international trade services to the world’s leading companies and acts as advisors and advocates on projects and transactions presenting novel and complex issues, often of national and international importance. The firm’s lawyers and policy experts have held senior positions in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the U.S. Departments of State, Treasury, and Commerce.

Covington was also shortlisted for Chambers USA Awards for Excellence in Corporate Crime & Government Investigations, Financial Services & Securities Regulation, Insurance, and Product Liability.


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