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August 21, 2007 

International Trade Law News Welcomes New Contributor

Like Congress, we have been on a bit of a hiatus during the past few weeks (a blogging hiatus, but not a work hiatus). However, we will be resuming our regular posts, which will include important customs and export control-related news from the past weeks.

In addition, we are pleased to welcome a new contributor to International Trade Law News. Laura Martino, a newly hired international trade associate in Strasburger & Price's Washington, DC office, will be posting regular updates on customs and export-related matters. Laura's first post can be found below.

Laura is a 2003 a graduate of the American University's Washington College of Law and handled import and export issues at two prominent law firms before joining Strasburger. While in law school Laura served as a Legal Intern at the Office of the United States Trade Representative, where she assisted with bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations.




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