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Companies that operate across borders face an increasingly complex business environment in large part because of uncertainty created by governments. Whether because of their underlying political and legal conditions, their economic policies, or their foreign policy and national security priorities, governments are affecting markets in more ways and to a greater extent than they have in the past. To combat this uncertainty, global companies increasingly must do more than overcome the traditional business challenges. They also need to address the regulatory, policy, and geopolitical risks that are realities of international business operations today.

  • Legal counseling: We advise companies on using bilateral investment treaties (BITs), free trade agreements (FTAs), and other international agreements to gain access to markets and protect their rights.
  • Political and regulatory risk analysis: We help companies evaluate threshold political and regulatory risks, so that they have perspective on markets before they enter them.
  • Government relations strategies: We draw on our longstanding relationships with senior-level decision makers in governments and international organizations around the world to solve international business problems.
  • Policy advisory and advocacy services: We help companies understand how trends in international economic policy affect their business objectives and influence the development of international rules and policies in their favor.
  • Crisis management: We help companies navigate unexpected and urgent developments that threaten their international investment plans.
  • International dispute settlement: We represent companies in enforcing their rights through investor-state arbitration and other forms of international dispute settlement.

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Crowell & Moring Partner Ian Laird Recognized Among Latinvex’s "Top 100 Lawyers" (Feb.28.2019)
Firm News/Announcement
"PODCAST: The State of Play in Venezuela," International Trade Bulletin (February 14, 2019). Contact: Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
"All or Nothing? OFAC Adds PDVSA to the SDN List," International Trade Bulletin (January 30, 2019). Contacts: David (Dj) Wolff, Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Beat by Beat: Latin America Is Headed Toward a Digital Health Transformation," Regulatory Alert (January 28, 2019). Contacts: Jodi G. Daniel, Robert Holleyman, Maya Uppaluru, Patricia L. Wu, Clark Jennings
Client Alert/Newsletter
Crowell & Moring's Cari Stinebower & Ashley Riveira Recognized Among Latinvex’s "Top 100 Female Lawyers" in 2018 (Jun.01.2018)
Firm News/Announcement
"Summit of the Americas Concludes: What Happened that Matters to Business?," (April 20, 2018). Contacts: Patricia L. Wu, Andrew Blasi, Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
DEAL NOTE: Crowell & Moring Represents Pacific Solar Energy in Development of Solar Project in Honduras (Apr.12.2018)
Firm News/Announcement
"The Month in International Trade – March 2018," International Trade Bulletin (April 11, 2018). Contacts: Jeffrey L. Snyder, Frances P. Hadfield, Edward Goetz, Carlton Greene, Ian A. Laird, Eduardo Mathison, David (Dj) Wolff, John B. Brew, Wing Cheung, Alexander H. Schaefer, Robert L. LaFrankie
Client Alert/Newsletter
"2018 Progress Report on Code of Ethics Implementation by Medical Device Industry Associations," 3rd Meeting of the Inter-American Coalition for Business Ethics in the Medical Technology Sector, São Paulo, Brazil (April 9, 2018). Presenter: Andrew Blasi.
Speech/Presentation
New Executive Order Adds New Sanctions Against Venezuela’s Petro Cryptocurrency (March 27, 2018). Authors: Cari N. Stinebower, Jeffrey L. Snyder and David (Dj) Wolff.
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Crowell & Moring LLP is an international law firm with more than 500 lawyers representing clients in litigation and arbitration, regulatory, 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. The firm has offices in Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orange County, London, and Brussels.

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