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LA Attorney Appointed To Pres. Obama’s Industry Trade Advisory Committee

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Clifton Albright, managing partner of the Los Angeles based law firm Albright, Yee & Schmit, has been appointed to serve on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Small and Minority Business (ITAC 11). He will act as a representative from Albright, Yee & Schmit, LLP and of the U.S. legal services industry sector.

“It is an extreme honor to have been nominated,” said Albright on his appointment. “It‘s my hope that by serving on the committee, I can offer my advice and take part in helping to shape the international trade environment for the United States and policies of the Obama administration.”

Mr. Albright is a respected member of the Los Angeles legal community and manages the firm’s employment law and litigation section as well as its international clients. In addition to litigation, Mr. Albright negotiates business transactions, and conducts employment investigations and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) compliance audits.

Under the jurisdiction of the Executive office of the President via the United States Trade Representative and the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Mr. Albright will use his industry knowledge to assist the Administration in pursuing trade objectives that reflect the concerns and interests of the private sector.

The ITAC is pleased to work with Mr. Albright to help develop and implement trade policies that will serve the national interest.

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