Stacy J. Ettinger is a Partner with the global law firm K&L Gates. Ms. Ettinger is based in Washington DC and co-leads the firm’s international trade practice. She has over 25 years of experience working with U.S. and foreign businesses and foreign governments on international trade and investment legal, regulatory and policy matters. Ms. Ettinger advises U.S. and foreign companies operating across a diverse range of sectors including manufacturing, energy (solar, wind, energy storage, LNG), infrastructure, and maritime, in various geographic regions including Europe, Asia and the Arctic. Her practice covers international trade, investment, and regulatory matters, including trade investigations, tariff actions (232, 301, 201), supply chain strategy, customs actions, national security reviews of foreign acquisitions and investments (CFIUS), free trade zones, bilateral and multilateral negotiations, market access and non-tariff barriers, international IP, and food/product standards. Ms. Ettinger represents clients in regulatory proceedings before government agencies and helps companies advance their policy objectives while navigating the complex statutory and regulatory framework that governs their business. She also assists stakeholders, including industry and government entities, to evaluate potential challenges and opportunities at the state and local levels and to develop and execute federal and state advocacy strategies. Ms. Ettinger joined K&L Gates in 2016 after serving for over nine years as senior legal and policy advisor to Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer on trade, investment and regulatory matters.
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