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Partners Michelle Schulz and Elsa Manzanares Listed in Journal of Export Controls and Sanctions

04.20.14

WorldECR, the journal of export controls and sanctions, recently listed Gardere Partners Michelle Schulz and Elsa Manzanares, co-chairs of the Firm's International Trade Practice, as leading export controls advisors.

As a leading authority in the international trade and compliance arena, Ms. Schulz 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. Ms. Schulz's WorldECR directory bio can be viewed here.

Ms. Manzanares is a leader in the international trade and compliance arena and has been involved in every aspect of import and export compliance. She routinely advises clients on compliance with U.S. and international regulations governing export of dual-use commodities, defense articles and software and technology. Ms. Manzanares' WorldECR directory bio can be viewed here.

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