Ambassador Alan Wm. Wolff is a member of the International Trade Practice. The practice specializes in all aspects of seeking to improve the international competitive position of major clients. The Practice is active in efforts to obtain market access and limit trade-distorting practices and other burdens on trade through our support of bilateral, plurilateral and multilateral negotiations among interested governments, and through litigation where warranted, against dumping and subsidies, private anticompetitive practices, violations of intellectual property rights and trade-related investment performance requirements. Wolff has been principal litigation counsel in many of the largest trade cases on record.
Ambassador Wolff serves as Chairman of the Board of the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC); is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the Science Technology and Economic Policy (STEP) Board of National Academies, and the Board of the U.S.-China Legal Cooperation Fund. He is Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Trade and Commercial Diplomacy and chairs the Committee on Comparative Innovation Policy of the National Academies’ STE