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Robert L. Brown elected Kentucky World Trade Center President

12.06.2006

LOUISVILLE, KY – The law firm of Greenebaum Doll and McDonald PLLC announced today that Robert L. Brown, a Member in the firm’s Louisville office, has been elected President of the Kentucky World Trade Center. He will also continue to serve as Vice Chair of the Kentucky World Trade Center.

Brown has worked closely with international companies as an investment banker and attorney, serving both in-house and as an outside advisor. His previous experience includes assignments in London, New York City, Tokyo, San Francisco and San Diego. Brown is admitted as an attorney in New York, Washington, D.C., California and Kentucky, and is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and in Hong Kong. From 1991-1993 he was admitted as a foreign lawyer in Japan. He has taught law and economics courses at the law schools of the University of San Francisco and University of California Berkeley, as well as business plan, managerial finance and economic courses at the school of business of Bellarmine University.

Brown has written a number of books on international business, including one that was released this month – "Going Global: A Guide to Building an International Business" (Thomson, 2006).

About Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC 
Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC is a widely respected business law firm with more than 200 legal professionals in seven offices, serving local, national and international clients in virtually every industry. A forward-thinking business law firm, Greenebaum is committed to the practice of breakthrough law.

About the Kentucky World Trade Center

The Kentucky World Trade Center is a nonprofit membership organization helping Kentucky companies import, export and establish oversees operations. With offices in Lexington, Louisville, and Murray, the Kentucky World Trade Center offers counseling, market research services, translation assistance, trade education seminars, international events and programs, cross-cultural training, trade missions, and referrals to local international service providers.

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