Perry is the principal of International Trade & Investment Law PLLC (ITI Law) and a Visiting Scholar at Seattle University School of Law.
Before founding ITI Law, Perry taught law at Seattle University and the University of Connecticut and practiced at Shearman & Sterling and Dorsey & Whitney.
Perry has extensive experience representing clients in disputes concerning international law, including international investment law, international trade agreements, and sovereign immunity. He has managed significant international projects before the federal courts, federal regulators, and international tribunals. His clients have included national governments, international organizations, and leading businesses in agriculture, banking and finance, energy, manufacturing, services, and technology.
Perry has handled all aspects of economic sanctions, including civil penalty proceedings, compliance, counseling, expert testimony, internal investigations, interpretative rulings, licensing, and securities disclosure.
Perry has also handled a variety of other regulatory issues affecting international business, including national security reviews of transnational mergers and acquisitions by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), export controls, and trade policy.
Perry has taught courses on international investment, international trade, international business transactions, public international law, and US civil procedure. Perry drafted the U.S.-Hong Kong Policy Act. While at Columbia Law School, he was the managing editor of the Journal of Chinese Law and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
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