Morris, Manning & Martin has added five international trade lawyers to its Washington office, the firm announced Monday.
Donald Cameron Jr., Julie Mendoza, R. Will Planert and Brady Mills have joined as partners. Mary Hodgins joined as an associate. The group made moved from the D.C. office of Troutman Sanders.
The additions raises the headcount at Morris Manning's Washington office to 12 attorneys. The group handles trade remedies cases and World Trade Organization litigation, specifically antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard operations. The laterals have specific ties to South Korea, China and Latin America.
“The synergies created by this elite group and MMM will provide significant benefits to our clients,” Louise Wells, managing partner of Morris, Manning & Martin, said in a written statement.