Clark Hill Attorney Carlos Gutierrez Comments on Potential U.S. Construction Opportunities in Cuba
Washington, D.C. – Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr., an attorney in Clark Hill’s Government Affairs practice, is featured in the August 16, 2016 edition of Construction Dive commenting on potential opportunities for the U.S. in the construction industry in Cuba. Read the article here.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Gutierrez worked as a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank's (IDB) Trade and Integration Sector where he focused on Latin America-Asia trade relations and global trade promotion practices. Gutierrez has worked in various capacities in the U.S. House of Representatives both in the GOP House Policy Committee and as a legislative aide for Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25) where he focused on immigration, finance, banking and trade. Since 2006, Gutierrez has been named to Washington Life Magazine's annual list of D.C.'s most influential people under 40. He has also been named by Latino Leaders Magazine as one of 2014’s most influential young professionals in Washington D.C.
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