Gardere Client Wins International Media Award


Gardere's client The Network Inc. won a 2014 Horizon Interactive Silver Award for a webinar training course entitled "Trade Compliance: Export Controls." The Horizon Interactive Awards is an international competition recognizing the best web sites, videos, online advertising, print media and mobile applications across the U.S. and more than 40 other countries worldwide.

Partner Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, developed the training course last year which is aimed to help employees understand the critical nature of export laws, how violation of export laws can impact their company and how to prevent violations. Gardere Trade Analyst Matt Savage assisted with the course's content.

The full list of winners can be accessed here.

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