Fulbright & Jaworski brings first-hand experience to the technology and business issues critical to all sectors of the automotive, truck and heavy equipment industries.
Fulbright represents manufacturers, distributors and suppliers of vehicles, components and after-market products in a wide range of matters. With more than 50 integrated practice areas, we can serve all the transactional, litigation and regulatory needs of the automotive industry.
More than 110 Fulbright lawyers on three continents counsel clients on international law, U.S. and multilateral regulations and trade matters, such as:
- Administrative law of foreign states
- Anti-boycott controls
- Contract negotiation and documentation
- Contract challenges
- Currency controls
- Customs (import/export matters)
- Economic sanctions
- Export controls
- Foreign contracting procedures
- Foreign investment laws
- International bankruptcy, reorganization and creditors' rights
- International equipment finance
- Workouts and loan restructurings
Technology-minded team. Many of Fulbright's automotive lawyers have undergraduate or advanced degrees in fields such as computer science, electrical engineering, aerospace engineering, math and physics. Technical understanding: it's another strong advantage Fulbright offers to automotive clients.
- For the eleventh year, Corporate Board Member magazine reported that its survey of public company directors identified Fulbright as one of the top 25 corporate law firms in the nation. Similar research by Corporate Board Member magazine identified Fulbright among the top 25 firms that general counsel would most likely hire for national matters. (2012)
- Fulbright received the first-ever Client Choice Award from the International Law Office, the official online media partner of the International Bar Association (IBA) and an international media partner to the Association of Corporate Counsel. Based on survey responses received from more than 1,000 corporate counsel, Fulbright was named as the top law firm for client service in the United States. Read more . . .