|Date:||Jun 17-18, 2019|
The Center for American and International Law, 5201 Democracy Drive, Plano, TX 75024
Presented by the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law
Are we truly at an anti-globalization moment? If we aren’t, then what is happening? If we are, what does it mean for international lawyers and business people and what can history teach us?
What are the implications for cross-border transactions? What do international lawyers need to know? Join private practice lawyers and in-house counsel from more than 20 countries for these important, practical discussions. Leave this program better able to represent clients engaged in international business.
- Opening Keynote: Is There Really a New World Order? The impact of regulatory nationalism - Dean Robert Ahdieh, Dean & Anthony G. Buzbee Endowed Dean's Chair of Texas A&M University School of Law
- Panel: Year Three – What Has Been the Trump Administration’s Impact on Regulatory Compliance?
- Is Trump Delivering on de-regulation?
- Managing compliance risks
- How do small businesses survive?
- What happens to the whistleblower under Trump?
- What are the implications of the attack on Amazon?
- Panel: Understanding Trade in 2019
- What is the Trump Trade Doctrine?
- What has really changed?
- What have tariffs accomplished?
- Is the USMCA a new, “modernized” trade agreement?
- Plus an update on China
- Panel: National Security – Has it Become a Barrier to International Trade and Foreign Investment as Feared?
- A look at key elements of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018
- What deal makers need to know
- Safeguarding personal data
- Key reviews and decisions since 2018
- Panel: The Impact on Relations with Specific Countries and Regions
- The United Kingdom
- Panel: World Perspectives – The View from Outside the U.S.
- Ethics Roundtable
- Keynote: A Greater Responsibility for International Corporations
Jeffrey P. Langer, Ph.D., Esq., Intellectual Property & Technology Service Group, Alexandria office, will be a panelist for the Cyber Security/Data Protection/Data Privacy panel on Tuesday, June 18 at 11:15 a.m.
For more information and to register, click here.