Clarissa Collier counsels U.S. and international clients on federal laws and regulations governing global trade and international business transactions. She also handles complex commercial litigation matters.
Clarissa helps clients with export controls, trade sanctions, and global trade compliance issues — guiding them through the complex process of internal, criminal and civil investigations involving the Departments of State, Commerce, Treasury, and Justice.
She also assists clients with developing internal global trade compliance programs.
Clarissa has served as a teaching assistant in an international business transactions course at the Strum College of Law, University of Denver.
Clarissa represents corporations, businesses, and individuals in a broad array of complex commercial litigation matters. She is a trusted advocate in state and federal court, who has completed various training programs through the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
- Export Controls, Clarissa helps clients comply with laws and regulations such as:
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
- Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- International Investment and Trade in Services Survey Act
- Commercial Litigation, Clarissa helps clients navigate litigation through:
- Preparing pleadings
- Managing document production and discovery
- Taking and defending depositions
- Conducting post-judgment discovery and collections
- University of Wyoming College of Law, J.D., 2008
- University of Wyoming, B.A., 2005
Bar Admissions : Colorado
Court Admissions : U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Professional and Civic Affiliations:
- American Bar Association, House of Delegates, Delegate
- Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado, Board of Trustees; Associates Advisory Board, Co-Chair, 2015-2017
- Faculty of Federal Advocates, Member
- Colorado Bar Association, Member
- Sam Cary Bar Association, Member
- American Bar Association, International Law Section, Litigation Section, Member
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