Patrick Togni is an associate in King & Spalding LLP’s International Trade and Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Togni represents clients in international trade law matters, including trade remedy proceedings and related appeals, customs compliance, and export controls. Mr. Togni also represents clients in regulatory and policy matters relating to unmanned aerial vehicles (“UAV”)/drones, and is involved with the Next-Gen Air Transportation Consortium at North Carolina State University. Mr. Togni is resident in both the Washington and Charlotte offices.
Mr. Togni has argued cases before administrative agencies, the U.S. Court of International Trade, and he has appeared in NAFTA Chapter 19 binational panel reviews. Mr. Togni’s customs practice includes regulatory compliance matters such as prior disclosures and focused assessment (audit) proceedings before U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Mr. Togni’s export controls practice includes regulatory counsel and frequent collaborations with the firm’s Special Matters Practice Group on internal investigations and responses to government information requests (e.g., summons). Mr. Togni also has litigated cases in state and federal courts around the country, and has appeared in several intellectual property litigation proceedings before the U.S. International Trade Commission. Mr. Togni’s practice also involves the provision of counsel to clients on legislative and policy matters.
Mr. Togni is a frequent author of client alerts and legal articles on relevant topics, which are regularly selected for publication by Lexology. Mr. Togni speaks on trade and UAV-related issues regularly.