Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Partners With Top Washington Government Relations Firm

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Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. (ST&R) managing partner Tom Travis and Champlin Washington strategies principal Steven Champlin have formed an alliance between their two firms.

Both the international trade law firm and the government relations advisory company said the new collaboration will allow each firm to further international clients’ interests.

“Steve Champlin is one of the foremost experts on U.S. trade policy. His experience as a former key advisor to Congressional leaders, combined with his 25-year career in private practice providing guidance and insight to companies and associations on national and global government policies, make him a great resource for ST&R’s government relations group, attorneys, advisors and clients,” Travis said.

Champlin has played a crucial role in the implementation of every major U.S. trade agreement since the passage of NAFTA. Today, Champlin helps corporations adopt national and global government polices through Champlin Washington Strategies.

Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. also plays a crucial role in international trade-related legal and consulting services. It is the largest international trade services provider in the world and operates in North America, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. ST&R professionals assist global clients with free trade agreements, laws and regulations about importing and exporting merchandise.

“ST&R’s deep expertise in a wide variety of international trade and customs matters is an ideal complement to the work Champlin Washington Strategies does in advising clients with global interests,” Champlin said. “Together, we can best position our clients in the competitive global marketplace.”

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