Edward Correia is an attorney and President of Correia & Associates, P.C. His practice focuses on antitrust, advertising and marketing regulation, and international business issues. He also represents clients before Congress and Federal Executive Branch agencies as well as State Legislatures and agencies. He is also an Adjunct Professor at American University’s Washington College of Law where he has taught courses on Antitrust Law, the First Amendment, Legislation and Evidence. His current focus is on teaching Evidence.
Mr. Correia serves as antitrust counsel for a number of trade associations and coalitions, including AdvaMed, the leading American association of manufacturers of medical devices, the American Beverage Association, an association of major beverage companies, and the Diabetes Access to Care Coalition, a group of major manufacturers of diabetes testing supplies. He also serves as outside counsel for the Strategic Marketplace Initiative, an association of health care supply chain executives, and NOMA, an association of manufacturers of orthotic devices. He is also the General Counsel of the AAABC, a non-profit organization which promotes economic development in east Africa. He was recently appointed by the Secretary General of IIMSAM, an organization promoting nutrition in Africa, as the General Legal Counsel of the Executive Office of the Secretary General of IIMSAM.
Degrees & Universities
- J.D., University of Oklahoma College of Law 1976
- M.P.P., Harvard University 1972
- B.A., University of Oklahoma 1970