Charles S. Levy
Charles Levy a founding partner of Cassidy Levy Kent. His practice focuses on legal and policy issues covering a broad range of international trade, investment, finance, economic sanctions, and export control matters. Mr. Levy is experienced in devising and implementing strategies for using trade laws, international litigation, and international negotiations to achieve business objectives, and in resolving disputes between companies and governments.
In the area of international negotiations, he has worked on every major U.S. bilateral, regional and multilateral negotiation since the GATT Tokyo Round; and in the area of U.S. international trade and investment laws, he has worked on every major U.S. trade act since the Trade Act of 1974. Mr. Levy served as Counsel to the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy, Legislative Assistant to Senator Adlai E. Stevenson, Legislative Assistant to Congressman John C. Culver, and Legal Advisor to Commissioner Paula Stern at the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Mr. Levy has also served on several U.S. government trade and investment advisory committees, including the U.S. Trade Representative’s Advisory Committees on Intellectual Property Rights, Investment and Services, and Investment Policy, where he served as Chairman of the Task Force on Bilateral Investment Treaties, and the U.S. Department of State’s Investment Advisory Committee and its Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy.
Mr. Levy graduated from George Washington University Law School, with honors; and Boston University, with Distinction in Government.