Taylor English Adds Deitra Crawley to Corporate and Business Practice

July 15, 2015

Taylor English is pleased to announce that Deitra Crawley has joined the firm’s Corporate and Business practice. Ms. Crawley focuses her practice on assisting clients in regulatory matters, government contracts and domestic and foreign transactional issues.

“As businesses increasingly seek out opportunities to work with the government or expand their operations to the global marketplace, we are dedicated to growing with experienced attorneys who are equipped to meet their needs in these highly regulated areas,” said Marc A. Taylor, founding partner of Taylor English. “Deitra brings first-hand experience in these areas and brings the greatest possible value for our clients, therefore making her an excellent fit for our team.”

At Taylor English, Ms. Crawley represents corporate clients in regulatory matters, government contracts and other transactional issues in the U.S. and abroad. Her regulatory practice includes corporate compliance, government contracts, international trade, data rights protections and certifications for small businesses and veteran-owned enterprises. She navigates regulations, designs and implements custom-tailored compliance programs for small-to-medium enterprises, advises enforcement actions, performs compliance due diligence in mergers and acquisitions and trains company personnel and third parties on compliance.

Prior to joining Taylor English, Ms. Crawley directed Phernam Holdings, LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based international business and legal consulting firm where she focused primarily in domestic and foreign markets, fostering partnerships between domestic and foreign entities and advising U.S. and foreign partners in U.S. export regulations.

Ms. Crawley is a member of the Federal Bar Association, Maryland Bar Association and the Atlanta Bar Association. She received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University and her law degree from the George Washington University Law School.

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