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Heller Ehrman has added four lawyers to its Washington office as shareholders in the antitrust and trade regulation practice group. William H. Barringer, Daniel L. Porter, James P. Durling and Christopher Dunn were previously partners in the Washington office of Houston’s Vinson & Elkins. They came to Heller Ehrman as part of a 15-member team, which includes associates, senior consultants, trade analysts, paralegals and secretaries. “Heller Ehrman is an ideal fit for this high-end international trade practice team and we expect that their primary focus will be on representing Asian and other international companies,” Geoffrey F. Aronow, managing shareholder of the firm’s Washington office, said in a news release. Barringer has been lead counsel in more than 50 antidumping and countervailing duty investigations, more than a dozen safeguards investigations, and numerous other investigations under trade law. Porter has developed expertise representing foreign exporters in antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings. Durling has worked with clients on a range of trade policy disputes, including trade policy battles over automobiles, semiconductors and film, and has been involved in related World Trade Organization proceedings. Dunn has worked with clients on antidumping, subsidies and safeguards cases, as well as customs matters and also experience before the WTO. Heller Ehrman has 650 attorneys and professionals in 14 worldwide offices.

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