Greyson Bryan counsels US and non-US clients involved in international business disputes and transactions. His litigation practice emphasizes representing clients before US agencies that regulate international trade and business, particularly on economic sanctions, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, export controls and customs matters.
Grey also represents clients before US and non-US agencies in connection with trade remedy proceedings such as antidumping, countervailing duty and escape clause proceedings, before panels established pursuant to international agreements such as the WTO and NAFTA and before arbitral tribunals organized under the rules of various international commercial arbitration institutions.
Grey has broad experience in corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing and distribution agreements. Previously, Grey established the Firm’s Tokyo office and was partner-in-charge for several years thereafter. He also formerly served as Chair of the International Practice Group.
- Represented both US and Japanese clients in connection with US and foreign country trade remedy proceedings, such as antidumping, countervailing duty, and escape clause investigations, in the steel, non-ferrous metal, textile, chemical, industrial equipment, electronics, automotive, and agricultural industries
- Represented major US and non-US multinational corporations with respect to compliance with US customs, economic sanctions, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and export control laws, both in the context of transactions and with respect to their operations
- Represented major Japanese corporations in international mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing and distribution transactions.
- Represented foreign governments in connection with US proceedings alleging unfair practices and violations of treaty obligations
- US Court of International Trade
- New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division
- Harvard University, J.D., 1976: cum laude; Sheldon Traveling Fellowship; Board of Student Advisors; graduate student associate, Harvard University Center for International Affairs; articles editor, Harvard International Law Journal
- Stanford University, B.A., 1971: with distinction and honors in history
- Founding Member, Pacific Council on International Policy
- Former Chairman, Asia Society Southern California Center (1992-2001)
- Former Chairman, Board of Visitors of the Institute for International Studies at Stanford (1995-2004)
- Council on Foreign Relations
- Board of Directors, Los Angeles World Affairs Council (1992-2012)
- Board of Trustees, Asia Society (1992-2001)
- Board of Advisors, Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University (1995-present)
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