|Thursday, May 7, 2020|
|11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET|
A number of regulations require US universities, nonprofits, and faculty that receive federal funding and grants to disclose foreign gifts and contracts to the federal government. These laws and regulations are premised on the understanding that when research institutions fail to meet disclosure requirements, they can compromise the integrity of taxpayer-funded research and allow federal funds to accelerate foreign research and development, sometimes to the detriment of national security interests.
Join members of the Morgan Lewis international trade and national security practice for a webinar discussing these obligations and the legal implications of undisclosed ties to foreign institutions at US universities and nonprofits.
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Partners Giovanna Cinelli and Kenneth Nunnenkamp will be joined by legal practice assistants Kate Applegate and Leigh Francia.