With the start of the new Biden Administration, what changes, if any, can U.S. businesses expect that will impact their imports, exports and supply-chain operations?
Even with the change in administration, it now appears likely that the ongoing trade war between the United States and China will continue to impose tariffs on billions of dollars of goods as the two countries address their long-simmering disputes regarding unfair trade practices. With progress in resolving the dispute proving to be difficult at best, U.S. businesses looking to thrive during the ongoing trade war are best served by evaluating their import, export, and supply-chain practices with increasing scrutiny and creativity.
In this one-hour webinar, Kristi Zenter and Heather Marx from the law firm of Cozen O’Connor bring you up to date on the latest developments in trade issues under the Biden Administration and will arm you with strategies to evaluate your supply chain and import practices, so that your business can more readily adapt to the continually evolving trade landscape.
We examine how trade relations, not only with China but also with new changes in the UK-EU landscape, have affected American businesses in the global marketplace, outline the recent changes in customs practices and court rulings, and discuss how successful businesses are responding to the new developments in anti-dumping and countervailing duty measures.
Who Should Attend
- Corporate leaders.
In-house legal counsel.
Trade compliance specialists.
Supply chain professionals.
- Purchasing personnel.