US President Donald Trump participates in a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sept. 24, 2019, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. (photo via White House/Shealah Craiughead) Business & trade, Europe, Top Stories UK hires law firm to help defend digital services tax amid US probe by Staff on July 1, 2020 Staff Author More in Business & trade: Saudi sovereign wealth fund hires New York’s Teneo for $2.7 million September 8, 2021 South Koreans tap former congressman to lobby for US sign-off on economic cooperation with Pyongyang July 22, 2021 Chinese electric bus maker taps ex-senators for shot at billions in clean energy funds July 20, 2021 The United Kingdom has hired Washington law firm Steptoe & Johnson to advise the country’s Treasury amid push-back from the Donald Trump administration against its plans to tax digital giaForeign Lobby Report provides comprehensive coverage of the latest foreign lobbying news—who’s hired whom, and why—that you won’t get anywhere else. Purchase this article for $5.00 or subscribe for unlimited access. Already a subscriber? Sign in here.