From Humble Beginnings To Harvard Business School And Beyond
Before graduating from law school and beginning my legal career at Heller Ehrman in 1994, I had a modest beginning like many of the business owners and executives I work with today. I was down in the trenches doing manual labor as a dishwasher in Paris, France, and washing cars for minimum wage plus tips in Eugene, Oregon. During my undergrad days at Harvard, I moved up in the world and took a job working at the computer help desk at the Harvard Business School. As a result of these experiences, I understand and have great respect for the time and effort my clients put into their careers and building their businesses.
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Representing Business Clients Around The Globe In Commercial Law
In the course of my career, I have litigated business disputes on three continents in more than 30 countries. During this time, I built an extensive network of connections around the globe to help expedite cases. I use my experience and connections to aggressively advocate for clients in international disputes involving antitrust allegations, intellectual property and taxation issues. I also act in an advisory role to companies on an as-needed basis to assist with issues pertaining to international business.