Frank Samolis is the Co-Chair of the International Trade Practice. He advises clients on International trade matters, including trade law, trade policy and legislation, and International trade negotiations. Frank handles matters before the Office of the US Trade Representative, other Executive Branch Trade agencies, the US International Trade Commission, US Court of International Trade, US Customs Service and the US Congress. Frank has represented foreign sovereigns or foreign multinationals from Asia, Europe, Central and Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, in addition to US companies seeking expanded market access in major export markets. He also counsels clients on the status of negotiations and bilateral/regional trade agreements in the World Trade Organization (WTO) and other fora, and has represented several sovereign entities in Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with the US. Frank has been active on such legislative matters as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the North American Free Trade Agreement, Trade Promotion Authority, and enhancing Caribbean and African trade benefits- and many more.
US-Africa Trade: Going forward AfCFTA, WTO and US Trade bilateral approach, how will it impact US investors?