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Martin J. Lewin, American lawyer, specializing in the field of International Trade Regulation, International Trade Policy, International Project Development, International Transportation, Customs. Member of Aitken Irvin Lewin Berlin Vrooman & Cohn, LLP.

Background

Lewin, Martin J. was born on April 18, 1949 in Trenton, New Jersey, United States.

Education

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (Bachelor of Science in Economics, 1970). University of Pennsylvania (Juris Doctor, 1973).

Career

Worked at Aitken Irvin Lewin Berlin Vrooman & Cohn, LLP (Washington, DC) specializing in Administrative and Commercial Practice before Federal and Local Courts, Federal Agencies and the United States. Congress. International Trade Law and Policy, Customs, Export Control, International Transactions and Finance, Government Affairs, and Corporate Representation. Admitted to the bar, 1973, Pennsylvania.

1974, District of Columbia. Author: "Congressional Role in The Formulation of United States. Foreign Trade Policy," Centrodi Studi Americana, 1979.

"Targeting Telecommunications Trade," Business Korea, February 1989. Co-Author: "The Multifiber Arrangement: Temporary Protection Run Amuck," Law and Policy in International Business, Volume 19, No. 1, 1987. Staff Attorney, Special Project Counsel to Interstate Commerce Commission, 1973-1974.

Attorney/Advisor, Office of The General Counsel, General Accounting Office, 1974-1977. Staff Member, Committee on International Relations, United States. House of Representatives, 1977-1978.

Legal Advisor To Commissioner Stern, United States. International Trade Commission, 1978-1979. Partner and Associate, Mudge Rose Guthrie Alexander & Ferndon (and predecessor firm), 1979-1993.

Member: The District of Columbia Bar. Pennsylvania, Federal and American Bar Associations. The firm's attorneys are nationally and internationally recognized experts in international trade and commercial law matters and related litigation.

Its principals have extraordinary United States. Government, political and development agency experience. Many of our clients have entered their second decade of representation by our firm's members.

Our principals are alumni of international firms. Our policy is to provide small-firm client attention, mid-sized firm rates with large-firm depth of legal experience. Our affiliated consulting firm affords extraordinary expertise in international development and finance and governmental representation.

Membership

Member: The District of Columbia Bar. Pennsylvania, Federal and American Bar Associations.