|April 28, 2017|
|11:00 AM - 01:00 PM ET|
International trade has been at the forefront of US President Donald Trump’s agenda, and yet the future of trade policy across a number of areas still remains somewhat unclear. As we approach the 100-day mark of the Trump administration, certain indicators, such as key trade appointments, budget appropriations, development of the trade policy agenda, and executive orders, are helping us to better understand the outlook for international trade in the coming years.
Join us for this webinar, where we will discuss possible upcoming shifts in trade policy, including trade-tangential issues such as foreign investment and CFIUS reviews. Specifically, we will assess the future of export controls, economic sanctions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, NAFTA and free trade policy, tariffs and the proposed border adjustment tax, regulatory enforcement, and more.
Join us to hear from legal experts and industry practitioners who will provide practical guidance on preparing global business operations for the future.
Morgan Lewis Speakers
Margaret Gatti, Partner, Washington, DC
Matt Miner, Partner, Washington, DC
Carl Valenstein, Partner, Boston
Senior Director and Counsel, Legal, Ethics and Export Compliance, QinetiQ North America
Director, Supply Chain, ’47 Brand
Vice President, Trade Compliance & Contracts, AMETEK Aerospace
Co-sponsored with Massachusetts Export Center and Associated Industries of Massachusetts. There is no charge for friends of Morgan Lewis; when registering,
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