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Product Liability Conference Seminar

August 21, 2021

Baltimore partner Kali Book will speak at the DRI Product Liability Conference Seminar's Young Lawyers Breakout Session on "How to Address Ever-Expanding and Amorphous Product Liability Claims" on Aug. 21.

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Edward L. Rubinoff

Edward L. Rubinoff

Partner

101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Suite 900
Washington, D.C., 20001
ed.rubinoff@nelsonmullins.com

Ed focuses on international trade policy and regulation. He is a recognized authority on U.S. international trade controls, including export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

Ed counsels domestic and foreign companies on compliance with U.S. international trade...

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Ed focuses on international trade policy and regulation. He is a recognized authority on U.S. international trade controls, including export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

Ed counsels domestic and foreign companies on compliance with U.S. international trade control laws. He conducts internal investigations and audits, designs and assesses compliance programs, and represents clients in civil and criminal enforcement cases. In addition, Ed advises and represents both foreign and domestic companies regarding national security reviews conducted by CFIUS under the Exon-Florio law. His clients have included companies in the telecommunications, computer, software, technology, electronics, energy, defense, aerospace, chemical, agriculture, construction, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, logistics and transportation, financial services, private equity, entertainment, and equipment sectors.

Ed was a director of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security and, in that capacity, traveled to Russia, China, Ukraine, Belarus, and Latvia to advise government officials in those countries on the development of export control regimes. He was selected to serve on binational dispute resolution panels under Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ed has lectured and written extensively on the subject of export trade controls.

Edward L. Rubinoff

control laws. He conducts internal investigations and audits, designs and assesses compliance programs, and represents clients in civil and criminal enforcement cases. In addition, Ed advises and represents both foreign and domestic companies regarding national security reviews conducted by CFIUS under the Exon-Florio law. His clients have included companies in the telecommunications, computer, software, technology, electronics, energy, defense, aerospace, chemical, agriculture, construction, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, logistics and transportation, financial services, private equity, entertainment, and equipment sectors.

Ed was a director of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security and, in that capacity, traveled to Russia, China, Ukraine, Belarus, and Latvia to advise government officials in those countries on the development of export control regimes. He was selected to serve on binational dispute resolution panels under Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ed has lectured and written extensively on the subject of export trade controls.

Ed focuses on international trade policy and regulation. He is a recognized authority on U.S. international trade controls, including export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

Ed counsels domestic and foreign companies on compliance with U.S. international trade... control laws. He conducts internal investigations and audits, designs and assesses compliance programs, and represents clients in civil and criminal enforcement cases. In addition, Ed advises and represents both foreign and domestic companies regarding national security reviews conducted by CFIUS under the Exon-Florio law. His clients have included companies in the telecommunications, computer, software, technology, electronics, energy, defense, aerospace, chemical, agriculture, construction, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, logistics and transportation, financial services, private equity, entertainment, and equipment sectors.

Ed was a director of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security and, in that capacity, traveled to Russia, China, Ukraine, Belarus, and Latvia to advise government officials in those countries on the development of export control regimes. He was selected to serve on binational dispute resolution panels under Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ed has lectured and written extensively on the subject of export trade controls.

Education

  • George Washington School of Law, JD, with honors
  • University of Pennsylvania, BA, with honors

Admissions

  • District of Columbia

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  • Former member, President’s Export Council, Subcommittee on Export Administration, which advises the president and the U.S. government on the development and implementation of U.S. export controls and security–related trade
  • Previous chair and vice chair, Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee, American Bar Association’s Section of International Law and Practice
  • Former member, governing council, American Bar Association’s Section of International Law and Practice
    • Former editor–in–chief, American Bar Association’s Section of International Law and Practice’s newsletter, the International Law News
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