President Barack Obama’s recent nomination of Jimmie Reyna for one of three vacancies on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit covers all open slots and adds a candidate with deep international trade expertise. But court watchers expect that at least two of the confirmations to the 12-judge court, including Reyna’s, will stretch into next year.

On Sept. 29, Obama nominated Reyna, who directs the international trade and customs practice group and the Latin America task force in the Washington office of Williams Mullen. Reyna also served as the Hispanic National Bar Association’s president for its 2006-2007 term.

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