Randy E. Miller, Esq.

Partner



Randy Miller has more than thirty years of experience as an international trade attorney with expertise in international trade law compliance and policy, international regulatory compliance, market access efforts involving foreign regulatory barriers, trade litigation, and World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement. He’s also experienced with export compliance law and has provided general business advice and corporate counseling to companies seeking to do work overseas.

Mr. Miller has held several positions in the U.S. government. As recently as 2013, he served as the Senior Legal Advisor to the U.S. Mission to the WTO based in Geneva, where he represented the United States before the WTO. In 2010 he worked at USTR in Washington handling WTO and regional disputes and advising negotiators of the multi-country Trans-Pacific Partnership.  Earlier in his career he worked on Capitol Hill for Senator Robert Dole (R-KS) and Representative Keith Sebelius (R-KS).

Mr. Miller previously served as head of the International Group at Hogan and Hartson (now Hogan Lovells) and started that firm’s office in Brussels, Belgium. 

Mr. Miller has served on multiple non-profit boards and as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University Law Center, teaching a course in international dispute settlement.

  • Represented the U.S. government in trade disputes before the World Trade Organization.
  • Advised over 300 small and medium-sized companies on European market opportunities, business partners, and regulatory challenges.
  • Hired law firms in 20 countries and with them managed the creation of new national entities, compliance with national and EU laws, and revision of product and marketing materials.
  • Assisted in creating and managing a coalition of U.S. steel-using manufacturing companies that successfully lobbied Administration officials to end limits on steel imports.
  • For a major U.S. footwear retailer, protected company from imposition of U.S. restrictions on imports from China. Worked with Congress to ensure that revisions to Section 201 law and other trade law changes didn’t directly or indirectly restrict imports.
  • Advised a major Japanese auto manufacturer establishing its first U.S.-based manufacturing facility.
  • Developed sister European organizations for a US-based non-profit.
  • Successfully petitioned to remove important computer components from a Section 301 retaliation action for a major U.S. computer manufacturer.
  • Represented a major Germany steel manufacturer in an antidumping investigation of steel from Germany
  • Reduced impact of U.S. import restrictions on New Zealand lamb in Section 201 investigation for a New Zealand trade association
  • Founder and President, The World Bureau LLC
  • Senior Legal Advisor, U.S. Mission to the World Trade Organization (Geneva)
  • Associate General Counsel, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
  • Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Partner, Hogan & Hartson LLP (now Hogan Lovells)
  • Managing Partner, Hogan & Hartson Brussels Office (now Hogan Lovells)
  • Policy Director, Senator Robert J. Dole
  • J.D., cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center
  • B.A., cum laude, Yale University
  • District of Columbia Bar