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Greg E. Mitchell

Greg is a member of Frost Brown Todd LLC and practices in the corporate/commercial area. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial and corporate transactions, insurance regulatory matters and insurance insolvency, international regulation and trade (export/import, customs, licensing and technology transfer, sale of goods, foreign investment, structuring of international sales and manufacturing operations, distributorships and joint ventures) and workouts/restructuring.

Anderson Kill

Anderson Kill was founded in 1969 on the principles of integrity, excellence in the practice of law, and straightforward solutions to complex legal issues. The firm’s attorneys approach engagements aggressively and have earned a reputation for combining corporate polish with pugnacity. The firm maintains offices in New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Stamford, CT, Washington, DC, Newark, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA, but the attorneys travel around the country and around the world to handle all types of matters. Anderson Kill attorneys work together, leveraging creativity and legal and business acumen to deliver cost-effective resolutions to clients’ problems. Many of the firm’s professionals are recognized experts in their practice areas, leaders and active participants in professional associations, and are frequently invited to speak to business organizations.

CWT Energy, Resources & Marine

For organizations with complex and specialized travel needs, CWT Energy, Resources & Marine (ERM) is dedicated to making life easier, both for travel managers and travelers. We have over 30 years of experience assisting & planning all aspects of rotating workers and personnel travelling to remote locations, and because of this we have a vast global network and local knowledge to bring you the best expertise and the essential services to fit your unique business needs. Everything we do is focused on getting the people you are responsible for to their workplace safely and on time; keeping you in full control of your travel program. We get your business, and you can rely on us to get you there.


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