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White & Case LLP
701 Thirteenth Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20005-3807
United States




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United States > Dispute resolution > International litigation

(Next Generation Partners)

Claire DeLelleWhite & Case LLP

White & Case LLP‘s commercial litigation team handles US disputes and advises on global strategy for parallel proceedings abroad and enforcement litigation, with particular experience acting for international pharmaceutical, retail and oil and gas sector companies and foreign states and state-owned organizations. Securities litigator Glenn Kurtz leads the team from New York, where Nicole Erb, who has particular expertise in disputes involving US sanctions, and David Hille, who counts contract, securities, antitrust and intellectual property litigation and class actions among his specialisms, are also based. In Washington DC, key contacts include Claire DeLelle and Tara Lee, who are noted for their respective success acting for financial services and defense sector client, and trial lawyer Christopher Curran. The group’s West Coast offering includes Los Angeles-based TMT disputes experts Aalok Sharma and Rachel Feldman.

United States > International Trade > International trade

Sophisticated and commercially oriented‘, White & Case LLP‘s geographically diverse international trade practice comes ‘highly recommended for international companies operating on a global basis‘. Indeed, over the past year alone, the team’s extensive cross-border workload saw it collaborate with colleagues across Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. The group’s practice offering is equally comprehensive and sources highlight it as a ‘full-service international trade practice covering multiple sub-disciplines‘. The firm primarily stands out for its performance on the trade remedy and trade policy front, where global practice chair David Bond (‘flexible, quick, objective‘) and former department head Gregory Spak are key names. The team also houses a premier US national security and foreign direct investment review practice under the leadership of Farhad Jalinous, who is widely considered to rank among the leading CFIUS experts in the market. Nicole Erb co-heads the sanctions and export controls group and recently acted alongside Claire DeLelle to represent state-owned oil and gas company Petróleos de Venezuela in litigation regarding Office of Foreign Assets Control(OFAC)-blocked assets. Other key figures in the Washington DC-based team include sanctions co-head Richard Burke, Cristina Brayton-Lewis, who also focuses on sanctions matters, and senior policy counsel Earl Comstock.