Matthew Oresman regularly works on front-page matters of critical importance to corporate and government clients. He is a Counsel in Pillsbury’s International Public Policy and Trade Practice and is based in the law firm’s Washington, DC and London offices.
Mr. Oresman regularly helps multi-national corporations and sovereign governments navigate complex, cross-border policy and trade matters, representing client interests before government entities in the United States, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Mr. Oresman has represented some of the largest investors in Georgia and has led several efforts to link Georgia’s economy to the outside world.
Mr. Oresman uses his deep experience in international business to help companies achieve global investment objectives and overcome barriers to market access. He also counsels clients on international trade and sanctions matters.
Mr. Oresman specializes in helping clients design and implement global public policy campaigns, carrying out actions in multiple world capitals. He has significant complementary experience in international crisis management
Mr. Oresman pioneered the study of China’s Silk Road strategy in Washington, D.C., founding the China-Eurasia Forum in 2003 and serving as the editor of the CEF Quarterly, one the first academic journals focused on this topic.