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Miranda
Lutz

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Miranda Lutz

Miranda Lutz is a Senior Associate in Global Counsel's Washington, DC office. Miranda has experience covering a wide range of policy issues including technology, trade, energy, environment, immigration, financial services, defence, and international affairs.  

Prior to joining Global Counsel Miranda worked at Deloitte, counselling the firm's senior executives on US and foreign policy issues. She oversaw Deloitte's Regulatory Affairs programme and served on the open source analysis team delivering predictive intelligence to help the firm mitigate risk and leverage new opportunities. Miranda also spent over three years working in the US House of Representatives advising Members of Congress who served on the Ways & Means and Foreign Affairs committees. 

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Transatlantic reprieve? Implications of a Biden presidency for EU-US trade

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This week’s decision by the EU to hold off on retaliatory tariffs against US subsidies to the aircraft manufacturer Boeing is a sign of Brussels’ interest in working towards resetting transatlantic relations after the US elections. The possibility of a new president in the White House potentially means reduced trade tensions with the EU. But those thinking that this reset…

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The future of the filibuster: will Supreme Court fight open the floodgates?

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The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on 18 September has renewed the debate over filling seats on the High Court in an election year. By extension, it has sparked a similarly contentious discussion over the Senate filibuster, a legislative tactic that can be deployed by the minority party to prevent the majority party from passing legislation. If…

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Will the UK be at the “back of the queue” under Biden?

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Although round four of US-UK trade negotiations are slated for September, negotiators have yet to indicate any major signs of progress. Despite earlier signalling that a trade agreement could be concluded by the end of the year, politicians from both sides have publicly recognised that this is not a feasible timeframe. So, what does this mean for UK negotiators who could…

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Can the US reshore semiconductor manufacturing?

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The covid-19 pandemic has ignited calls to reallocate critical supply chains away from China which could result in policy changes that fundamentally transform the semiconductor industry. Amid rising US-China tensions and the need to reinvigorate the US economy, Congress and President Donald Trump are poised to make sizable investments in the microchip industry to enhance…

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