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Four Husch Blackwell Partners Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards

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Husch Blackwell is pleased to announce that partners Christine Fabin, Steve Levine, Nithya Nagarajan, and Jonathan Porter will serve on the Immigration, Cannabis, International Trade, and Health Care Editorial Advisory Boards, respectively, in 2023 for Law360.

Each editorial board comprises approximately 10 subject-matter experts who provide feedback on Law360’s coverage and insight on how best to cover each respective practice area. This year marks the third consecutive year for Levine, while this is the first year for Fabin, Nagarajan, and Porter on their respective boards.

A member of the firm’s Technology, Manufacturing, and Transportation industry group, Fabin co-leads the firm’s immigration practice. She counsels clients on cross-border movement of employees and global business expansion. Fabin is a member of the firm’s virtual office, The Link.

Based in Denver, Levine leads Husch Blackwell’s Food Systems industry unit and Alternative Farming & Sustainability initiative and co-leads the firm’s national cannabis practice. He counsels clients through the tangle of shifting regulations governing the sale and use of cannabis in both the marijuana and industrial hemp sectors. He also guides these clients through a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings (public and private), debt and equity financings, and corporate restructurings.

Nagarajan, based in Washington, DC, focuses her practice on trade-remedy strategy and antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings. Her previous roles at the Department of Commerce, the Department of Justice and the U.S. Court of International Trade give Nithya an insider’s perspective as she counsels clients on administrative and regulatory acts before Commerce, the International Trade Commission and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). She has advised foreign manufacturers in India, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea and Vietnam in handling trade and supply chain issues associated with exports to the United States.

Porter, a member of the Healthcare industry team, uses his years of experience as a federal prosecutor to guide clients through the challenges associated with government investigations and regulatory compliance. He advises clients on a range of regulatory issues, along with the development and implementation of corporate compliance programs. Porter is based in the firm’s Link virtual office and resides in Georgia.