Why did you join ISOA?
“We are very excited to join ISOA and look forward to being an active partner with our fellow ISOA members,” said Alex Sarria, a Member in the Government Contracts practice at Miller & Chevalier. “Miller & Chevalier has helped clients in the international stability sector successfully navigate their most complex legal issues for decades. We joined ISOA because its mission and membership align with our firm’s strategic focus and provide an opportunity to draw on our extensive experience handling international compliance, government contracts, trade and tax matters throughout the world.”
Tell us about your company and your work in the field:
Founded in 1920, Miller & Chevalier (https://www.millerchevalier.com) is a longstanding Washington, DC law firm with a global perspective and leading practices in International Law, Litigation, Tax, While Collar Defense and Internal Investigations, Employee Benefits (including ERISA), and Government Affairs. Over the past three years alone, the firm’s lawyers have represented more than 40 percent of the Fortune 100, one-quarter of the Fortune 500, and approximately 30 percent of the Global 100.
Miller & Chevalier has extensive experience representing government contractors and other companies that support military and diplomatic missions in overseas stability environments. For example, in July 2019, the firm helped secure a precedent-setting victory in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for a major U.S. government contractor that was engaged in a decade-long contract dispute with the U.S. Army over the recoverability of more than $44 million in private security costs. Miller & Chevalier also has advised numerous multinational, publicly-traded companies in significant international legal and compliance matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and similar international laws and agreements. The firm routinely is called upon to serve in FCPA compliance monitorship roles and works closely with its clients’ in-house compliance teams to architect and implement tailored anti-corruption policies, procedures and controls.
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Phone: (202) 626-5822