Mr. Brosch has served as the lead attorney at DTB Associates, specializing in international
and agricultural policy and law, and is now an independent consultant and Senior Consultant to the firm. He is listed on the Roster of External Legal Counsel for the WTO's Advisory Centre on WTO Law (ACWL) making him availabile to provide services to least developed countries and to members of the ACWL if the ACWL cannot
provide support through its own lawyers because of a conflict of interest.
Before forming DTB Associates, Mr. Brosch served as special advisor on international trade to the Senate Committee
on Agriculture Nutrition and Forestry and its Chairman, Senator Dick Lugar of Indiana. During his tenure on the Committee,
Mr. Brosch advised on a wide range of international trade issues affecting agriculture including WTO negotiations, trade with
China, biotechnology, and the impact of U.S. farm proposals on U.S. international obligations.
From 1989 to 1998, Mr. Brosch served as Deputy Assistant General Counsel for International Trade in USDA's Office
of the General Counsel. In that capacity, he supervised all aspects of the trade law practice in USDA's legal office.
Mr. Brosch personally served as legal advisor to the USDA teams negotiating the Agriculture and Sanitary and Phytosanitary
Agreements in the WTO Uruguay Round. He also worked on negotiations of bilateral market access agreements with Europe,
Japan and Korea. Mr. Brosch also supervised and participated in the negotiation of the agricultural portions of the
North American Free Trade Agreement. In 1998, Mr. Brosch left the General Counsel's office to become Special Senior
Trade Advisor to the Director of Trade Policy, Foreign Agricultural Service.
Before joining government service, Mr. Brosch practiced international trade and antitrust law with the Washington
firm of Steptoe & Johnson from 1981-89 where he represented clients in the agricultural, electrical, electronic, computer
and telephone industries. Mr. Brosch is a graduate of the College of William & Mary, and earned his law degree from
Catholic University Law School where he received the Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in his graduating