U.S.-China relations in 2021: Looking ahead to the next normal

As China faces a new President in Washington, and President Biden in turn prepares to lead a fractured Washington, please join AmCham's Trade & Investment Committee kickoff event...

BIS v. Beijing – conflict through the prism of export controls

In this WorldECR session, Hogan Lovells partner Ajay Kuntamukkala discussed the impact of restrictions on trade with China, including the Foreign Direct Product rule, new requirements for...

Hogan Lovells and Bracewell webinar: U.S. trade policy in the Biden administration

After four of the most volatile years in international trade in recent history, what will the approach be of the incoming Biden Administration on Trump-era tariffs, the China trade war,...

The LIBOR transition and protocol for U.S. derivatives end-users: What you need to know

Global regulators announced several years ago that 2021 was the target year to transition from LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) to alternative reference rates. In October 2020, after a ...

6th Annual Forum on Global Economic Sanctions for Canadian Operations

Aleksandar Dukic is serving on the speaker faculty for The Canadian Institute's 6th Annual Forum on Global Economic Sanctions for Canadian Operations.

3rd Annual Navigating Russia Sanctions Complexities

Aleksandar Dukic served as distinguished faculty during the American Conference Institute's 3rd Annual Navigating Russia Sanctions Complexities conference.

CFIUS and trends in EU FDI screening, in partnership with techUK, the UK’s leading technology membership organisation

Join the webinar with Lourdes Catrain and Brian Curran on CFIUS and trends in EU FDI screening organised in conjunction with techUK, the UK’s leading technology membership...

Financial sanctions as a tool of foreign policy – Taking stock of the latest U.S., EU, French and UK sanctions developments

Now more than ever the international sanctions legal landscape is evolving and becoming more challenging and complex, and difficult to navigate. Increasing protectionist trends mean...

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