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Webinar: Recent Development in International Trade New Executive Order on US Outbound Investments in Emerging Technology in China — Issues, Impacts & Challenges – August 22, 2023

On August 9, 2023, US President Joe Biden signed a long-awaited executive order (EO) establishing a framework for outbound US investments in emerging technologies in China. The EO subjects certain investments in semiconductors, quantum technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies to new notification procedures or outright prohibition on direct or indirect outbound investments. However, … Continue Reading

In-Person Event: US Export Controls Workshops in the UK – June 26-28, 2023

From EAR to ITARnity: Ever-Challenging US Export Controls Compliance When: June 26 – 28, 2023 Where: Stratford-upon-Avon This hugely successful event on US export controls regulations, which is jointly organized by EGADD and Squire Patton Boggs, will be celebrating its 16th Anniversary when it takes place in June 2023. For this year, the event will, … Continue Reading

A New Look at US Sanctions and Practical Guidelines for Compliance (Encore presentation on the West Coast) – September 29, 2022

Join us in person at the Embassy Suites Santa Clara – Silicon Valley on September 29 to hear from this select panel of high-level government and industry policy leaders who will explore emerging sanctions and embargoes compliance trends in 2022 and beyond to include:… Continue Reading

A New Look at US Sanctions and Practical Guidelines for Compliance – September 26, 2022

Join us in person at the Schar School of Policy and Government at the George Mason University Arlington Campus on September 26 to hear from this select panel of high-level government and industry policy leaders who will explore emerging sanctions and embargoes compliance trends in 2022 and beyond to include:… Continue Reading

US Export Controls Workshops in the UK – June 27-29, 2022

For the past 14 years, we have jointly hosted a successful annual workshop series on US export controls regulations with EGADD. In celebration of its 15th anniversary, this June’s workshop will also be organized in close partnership with BAE Systems, a major, multinational company that has considerable practical experience in dealing with the challenges arising … Continue Reading

Russia-related Sanctions and New US Export Controls – Implications for US Trade Contracts and Negotiations

Our Trade Practitioners recently provided an overview on Russia-related sanctions and newly imposed export controls by the US, and shared insights on how to manage US trade contracts and negotiations via two webinars. Please visit our Learning Center for the webinar recordings and presentation slides.… Continue Reading

US ITAR Export Control Workshop in the UK – September 20-22, 2021

For the past 13 years, we have jointly hosted a successful annual workshop series on US export controls regulations with EGADD. In celebration of its 14th anniversary, this September’s workshop will take place immediately after DSEI 2021. This year’s event will also be organized in close partnership with BAE Systems, a major, multinational company that … Continue Reading

Made in Italy – International Opportunities and Challenges

There is a rising tide of positivism around the Made in Italy tag. Assisted by the appointment of the Draghi government, the prospect (at least, from the perspective of many foreign investors) of a period of political stability, anticipation of a rise of consumer spending pent-up during the global lockdown, the economic boost to the … Continue Reading

Talk to the Experts: Multi-country M&A Is Getting More Complex: Evolving FDI Regimes Across the UK, France, Germany, Italy and the US

International M&A practitioners are used to dealing with CFIUS for any transaction involving assets in the US. The Europeans M&A practitioners are, however, catching up, and many multijurisdictional deals will now face clearance in a number of countries. The latest addition to the list, the UK National Security and Investment Bill, is broad in scope … Continue Reading

Streaming Live: Trade Compliance and Emerging Policy – July 23-24, 2020

Here is your opportunity to be part of the biggest trade compliance conference of the year from the comfort and safety of wherever you might be. Streaming live from Washington DC and London on July 23 and 24, Content Enablers has convened a select panel of high-level government and industry policy leaders – featuring Matt … Continue Reading

Considerations for Post-COVID-19 Trade in the World of New Normal

The corona pandemic, the ongoing Brexit and the emerging dominance of China in global markets are among the issues that pose multifaceted challenges for international trade relations. At a time when new Free Trade Agreements are being negotiated, we would like to examine how international trade can be shaped in the “World of New Normal” … Continue Reading

Join Us on May 28, 2020: The Future of US-UK Trade — Who Will Come Out a Winner?

“We are going to win so much” is a staple soundbite from President Donald Trump, and also representative of his administration’s approach to international negotiations. President Trump favors bilateral trade deals and has been optimistically touting the US as the UK’s first FTA partner after Brexit. From the UK’s perspective, Prime Minister Boris Johnson also … Continue Reading

Clients, Investors and Developers in Construction and Infrastructure Sectors: Join Us for This FIDIC COVID-19 Webinar on May 28, 2020

COVID19 brought out to light various vulnerabilities in different realms of our lives. Some business and industry sectors have become especially fragile due to an unexpected, unrelenting and active pandemic. Please join our trade practitioner, José María Viñals, for the FIDIC (international Federation of Consulting Engineers) COVID-19 webinar series focusing on “Clients, investors and developers’ … Continue Reading

Webinar: International Sanctions and Impact on Exports, Investments and Projects – April 6, 2020

In recent years, we have witnessed the rise of international sanctions and the increase of export and import controls. This, together with the blocking regulation (with which third countries try to mitigate the extraterritorial effects of US sanctions) has added uncertainty to international trade.… Continue Reading

International Trade and Policy Discussion in Phoenix – February 25, 2020

Join us along with the Greater Phoenix Economic Council for a substantive discussion on hot-button issues in international trade and policy that will directly impact Arizona businesses across a range of industries. This discussion will feature Ludmilla L. Kasulke, who is an experienced trade lawyer based in our Washington DC office. Topics will include an … Continue Reading

Kickoff Event Recording: CE@Schar COMPLIANCE 2020™ Subscription-based Trade Compliance Certification Program

Watch the recording of the kickoff event on November 4 at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. Speakers: Matt S. Borman – Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration Candace Goforth – Former Director of Defense Trade Controls Policy Tracy J. Minnifield – Director, Licensing, Defense Technology Security Administration Catherine Hamilton, … Continue Reading

Recording Now Available: Boris’s Brexit: A Roadmap to a New US-UK Free Trade Agreement? – Panel Discussion – Oct. 23, 2019 – Washington DC

Watch a recording of our panel discussion from October 23, 2019 in Washington DC that examined some of the most critical aspects of Brexit and their short- and medium-term implications, including a potential roadmap to a US-UK free trade agreement, and what the impact of a possible Jeremy Corbyn government might mean for US-UK relations.… Continue Reading
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