A Leader in International Trade and Investment Law

Cassidy Levy Kent is an international law firm that focuses on legal and policy issues raised by cross-border transactions, trade controls, trade remedy litigation, including antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard proceedings, and cases under the dispute settlement provisions of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and bilateral and regional free trade agreements and investment treaties.

Cassidy Levy Kent specializes in developing and implementing strategies for using trade and investment legal procedures and policy initiatives to achieve business objectives and to resolve disputes between private companies, between companies and governments, and between governments.

Our Ottawa office also provides advice on all aspects of government procurement in Canada including procurement complaints at the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and procurement-related litigation in Canadian courts.

News

May 2017: Cassidy Levy Kent’s Washington Office Welcomes New Attorney

The firm was recently joined by associate Nina R. Tandon, who assists clients on a range of issues including trade remedy actions and compliance matters. Prior to joining Cassidy Levy Kent, Ms. Tandon practiced commercial litigation and arbitration with a focus on cross-border matters at a large international law firm.

January 2017: Cassidy Levy Kent Welcomes Two Partners and Economist to Team

Cassidy Levy Kent is pleased to announce the addition of Gerald H. Stobo to the firm and to announce the promotion of Andrew M. Lanouette to partner. Mr. Stobo’s public procurement and trade practice and Mr. Lanouette’s trade remedies and compliance practice will be based in Cassidy Levy Kent’s Ottawa […]

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