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Winston & Strawn has hired Richard S. Williamson from Mayer Brown to carry on his practice in government relations, international trade and regulatory issues in its Chicago office. Williamson, who is a former ambassador and U.S. representative to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, has represented clients before the U.S. Congress, foreign countries and federal agencies as well as State of Illinois departments and regulatory agencies. Williamson, 58, also held other U.S. government liason positions to the U.N. and was assistant to the president for intergovernmental affairs in the Reagan White House. Winston & Strawn has about 900 attorneys in five U.S. offices and four outside the country, including in London and Moscow.

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