FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. New York, NY – February 5, 2024 – In a significant advancement for international trade law representation, Transnational Matters law firm’s owner Davy Karkason, Esq., a renowned attorney specializing in international trade issues, has been admitted to practice before the U.S. International Trade Court in New York. This prestigious admission marks a milestone for Attorney Karkason and his law firm, enabling their international team to offer unparalleled legal services to clients across the globe facing complex trade disputes and challenges.
Attorney Karkason, with years of dedicated service and expertise in the realm of international trade law, has built a reputation for excellence, integrity, and an unwavering commitment to his clients. His admission to the U.S. International Trade Court is a testament to his profound knowledge, skill, and the high regard in which he is held by the legal community.
The U.S. International Trade Court, located in the heart of New York, is pivotal in adjudicating cases that affect the nation’s trade relationships and international commerce. Practicing before this court requires a deep understanding of both U.S. and international trade laws, making Karkason’s admission a significant achievement.
Speaking on the occasion, Davy Karkason expressed his enthusiasm and readiness to tackle the challenges ahead. “This admission is not just a personal achievement, but a gateway to advocating for fair and equitable trade practices on a global scale. Our firm is now in an even stronger position to defend the interests of our clients, ensuring that their rights are protected in international trade arenas.”
Transnational Matters law firm, known for its robust international trade law practice, plans to expand its services, providing strategic legal counsel and representation to businesses, governments, and individuals involved in international trade disputes. The firm’s mission is to bridge legal gaps in international commerce, fostering a more just and accessible trade environment for entities worldwide.