Ziad is based in Washington, D.C., and specializes in international dispute resolution. He is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School, and currently a member of the American Society for International Law. He has also contributed to a number of law school journal publications in the past and intends to continue providing legal commentary for many years to come.
Federal Anti-Price Gouging Legislation Needed to Help Americans Tackle Supply Shortages During Anticipated Winter COVID SpikeDecember 17, 2020
It’s rather telling that President Trump had to invoke a 70-year-old law, originally enacted to strengthen U.S. defenses at the height of the Cold War, in order to issue an executive order allowing for the prosecution of bad faith sellers of medical goods and supplies.
Ultimately, it comes down to operating with some common sense by bolstering the practice areas poised for growth, and developing the legal foresight to navigate complex client demands and expectations.
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