Jeffrey Orenstein

Jeffrey Orenstein

Associate

Education

  • George Mason University School of Law, 2006, J.D., cum laude,

    George Mason Law Review - Executive Editor

  • University of Chicago, 1999, M.A.
  • Boston University, 1996, B.A., magna cum laude

Professional Admissions / Qualifications

  • District of Columbia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals - First Circuit
  • State Court of Appeals - District of Columbia
  • Court of International Trade

Jeffrey is a member of the Global Regulatory Enforcement Group in the Washington, D.C. office. His practice focuses on international trade and transportation issues, including litigation and regulatory counsel in the areas of maritime law, crude oil exports, US sanctions and embargoes, customs regulations, export controls, railroad law, and commercial disputes involving trade and transportation.

Employment History

  • 2010 - Reed Smith LLP
  • 2006 - Troutman Sanders LLP
  • 2004 - U.S. House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee, Legal Intern
  • 2000 - Sotheby's, Claim Representative

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Maritime Law Association
  • Society for International Affairs 

Interests

Sailing, coaching and playing lacrosse, piano, and cycling.

Notable Quotes

  • 27 January 2015 "Green Light for Some Would-Be US Oil Exporters" Thomson Reuters
  • 7 January 2015 "Oil Export Guidance Turns Down Heat on U.S. Ban Debate" Law360
  • 2 January 2015 "BIS Lists Six Considerations for Condensate as a Potential Export" The Oil & Gas Journal
  • The New York Supreme Court cited and quoted Jeffrey's article, Show Me the Monet: The Suitability of Product Disparagement to Art Experts, 13 GEO. MASON L. REV. 905 (2005), in Thome v. Alexander & Louisa Calder Foundation, 70 A.D.3d 88 (N.Y App.Div. 2009).
  • A New York trial court cited Show Me the Monet: The Suitability of Product Disparagement to Art Experts, 13 GEO. MASON L. REV. 905 (2005), in Kitchen v. Sothebys, 859 N.Y.S.2d 895, 895 (N.Y. Civ.Ct. 2008).