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WorldECR Recognizes Gardere as a Top Law Firm for Export Controls in the U.S.

06.18.15

Gardere is pleased to announce that the Firm was recently shortlisted for the "Export Controls Law Firm of the Year - USA" Award by WorldECR, a leading export controls publication. WorldECR acknowledged Gardere as one of the top law firms in the nation for export controls. The WorldECR awards recognize outstanding work in the fields of export control and sanctions compliance and nonproliferation. 

Gardere's International Trade Team is comprised of leading authorities in the international trade and compliance arena. Led by Partners Elsa Manzanares and Michelle Schulz, the team routinely represents a wide range of export and import clients in matters relating to compliance with U.S. and international regulations governing export of dual-use commodities, defense articles, software and technology. 

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