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In the course of doing international business, surprises occur. We put our network, experience, and knowledge to work when a political solution is needed to change a costly regulation, reverse an unfair commercial decision, or when a political solution is needed to get your product to market.

Case Studies

  • When a client's trade secrets were misappropriated in a foreign market, we energized our contacts in the foreign and U.S. governments and used the opportunity of ongoing bilateral negotiations to successfully address the issue
  • When our client's product was misclassified by customs officials in a foreign market, we called on our connections at the top levels of the foreign and U.S. governments and used existing international trade rules to have the decision reversed, saving our client over $1 million in wrongly levied duties
  • When our client was about to lose access to its biggest export market because of proposed regulatory changes, we helped the two governments reach an agreement to keep the importing market open to our client's exports

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Publications
"Three Takeaways From the May 21 Revised TRIPS Waiver Proposal," (May 25, 2021). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, Nicholas J. Diamond, Joshua Boswell
Client Alert/Newsletter
Businesses Should Prepare For A Paradigm Shift In Global Free Trade Thomas Insights (May 20, 2021)
Media Mentions
"Canada Releases Updated FIPA Model: A Step Forward for the ISDS System," International Dispute Resolution Alert (May 19, 2021). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, Ian A. Laird, Nicholas J. Diamond, Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
Crowell Taps PhRMA Exec For Government Affairs, Public Policy Role Reuters Legal (May 13, 2021)
Media Mentions
Global Health and Economic Policy Strategist Kate Beale Joins Crowell & Moring and C&M International (May.13.2021)
Firm News/Announcement
Speed Bumps Ahead For IP Waiver But Will It Nudge Voluntary Licensing? Scrip Intelligence/Pink Sheet (May 12, 2021)
Media Mentions
"Five Key Questions Raised by the United States’ Decision to Support a Temporary TRIPS Waiver for COVID-19 Vaccines," (May 7, 2021). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, Terry Rea, Nicholas J. Diamond, Joshua Boswell, Christopher Pinto
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Biden’s First 100 Days: Developments to Date and What Lies Ahead," Climate Law & Environmental Finance Update (May 7, 2021). Contacts: James G. Flood, Michael K. Atkinson, Tim Shadyac, Troy A. Barsky, Byron R. Brown, Caroline E. Brown, Robert A. Burton, Matthew Cohen, Kelly T. Currie, Jodi G. Daniel, W. Scott Douglas, Carina C. Federico, Paul Freeman, Thomas P. Gies, Alexis J. Gilman, Christine B. Hawes, Robert Holleyman, Stacie Heller, S. Starling Marshall, Shelley Su, Jeane A. Thomas, CIPP/E, Scott L. Winkelman, Tiffany Wynn, Kate Beale
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Climate Summit Signals Future Directions for U.S. and Global Policy Efforts," (April 30, 2021). Contacts: Amanda Shafer Berman, Robert Holleyman, Thomas A. Lorenzen, Joshua Boswell, Himamauli Das
Client Alert/Newsletter

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Crowell & Moring LLP is an international law firm with approximately 550 lawyers representing clients in litigation and arbitration, regulatory and policy, and transactional matters. The firm is internationally recognized for its representation of Fortune 500 companies in high-stakes litigation, as well as its ongoing commitment to pro bono service and diversity, equity and inclusion. The firm has offices in Brussels, Doha, London, Los Angeles, New York, Orange County, San Francisco, Shanghai, and Washington, D.C.

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