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An international trade practice is sometimes narrowly defined as a practice focused on trade relations between the U.S. and other countries. International trade issues in this sense include policy issues addressed by the U.S. Government at the World Trade Organization (WTO); the regional trade agreements negotiated by the U.S. Trade Representative; or assistance to U.S. clients who have interests in trade disputes between the U.S. and a foreign country before the WTO.

More broadly defined, international trade also encompasses regulatory work in the international business arena, meaning the representation of private parties before U.S. government agencies. Private parties may be business clients seeking relief at the International Trade Commission (e.g., against foreign companies accused of violating their intellectual property rights or of “dumping” products below fair market prices), or clients seeking permits from U.S. agencies to export [...]

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An international trade practice is sometimes narrowly defined as a practice focused on trade relations between the U.S. and other countries. International trade issues in this sense include policy issues addressed by the U.S. Government at the World Trade Organization (WTO); the regional trade agreements negotiated by the U.S. Trade Representative; or assistance to U.S. clients who have interests in trade disputes between the U.S. and a foreign country before the WTO.

More broadly defined, international trade also encompasses regulatory work in the international business arena, meaning the representation of private parties before U.S. government agencies. Private parties may be business clients seeking relief at the International Trade Commission (e.g., against foreign companies accused of violating their intellectual property rights or of “dumping” products below fair market prices), or clients seeking permits from U.S. agencies to export certain products or services. The courses identified here are useful for this more broad definition of international trade practice and focus on trade policy issues as well as a wide range of regulatory issues with an international nexus.

 
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