President Trump’s presidency has changed the trade relationship between China and the United States, of that there can be no doubt. But how and what other changes are in store? For answers to these questions and a whole lot more, I urge you to go to One Year In: The Trump Administration’s Impact on Key International Business Regulatory Areas. This event is being put on by the International Practice Section of the Washington State Bar Association and will take place in Seattle AND online exactly one week from today (Thursday, March 8) starting at noon and going until 1:30 p.m. This event is described as follows:
During its first year, the Trump Administration has made critical regulatory and policy changes impacting key international business regulatory areas including international trade (customs laws, import laws), immigration, and national security (export controls, economic sanctions, foreign direct investment). Join our panel of experts as they describe what has changed officially in the last year in each of these areas and how presidential tweets and speeches have left some areas of uncertainty. Our panelists will also prognosticate as to where the Trump Administration is headed in each of these key regulatory areas in 2018.
It will have the following three speakers:
Emily is a key part of our firm’s International Trade Group where she helps our clients achieve import and trade compliance and defends their interests before government trade agencies and courts, on matters involving Customs compliance, antidumping, countervailing duties (AD/CVD), economic sanctions and U.S. export controls compliance.
Do not miss this!This article was written by China Law Blog and published on China Law Blog. Original Post: https://www.chinalawblog.com/2018/03/event-president-trumps-imact-on-international-and-china-business-march-8-in-seattle-and-online.html