New Jersey-based Am Law 200 firm Lowenstein Sandler is responding to clients’ increasing anxiety about trade disputes by launching a new global trade and policy practice led by a former Baker Donelson partner.

Doreen Edelman, who was co-leader of the global business team at Baker Donelson, is bringing two attorneys and a trade analyst along with her to Lowenstein’s growing Washington, D.C., office. The new global trade group joins antitrust and regulatory and insurance recovery as Lowenstein’s third practice group based in the nation’s capital.

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