Offline (EN) | 2023 outlook on U.S. export controls and economic sanctions
As ongoing tensions between the United States and China continue to escalate, the Biden Administration has continued the U.S. Government's assertive use of export control and economic sanctions measures against China. International companies that have operations that involve both countries need to carefully navigate the rapid changes in U.S. laws and regulations and adjust their approach in response to a complex regulatory environment. This panel discussion will provide an overview of recent developments involving U.S. export controls and economic sanctions that target China, as well as other relevant trade measures that affect international businesses in China, with key takeaways for effective business strategies.
The recent developments regarding U.S. export control policies on China
The recent developments regarding U.S. economic sanctions
The recent developments on other U.S. policies that affect the companies' operations in China
We only have 30 tickets for this event, first come first served.
Event format: Offline
Offline venue: AmCham China Office
Time & Date: June 6, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Contact: Ada Yang, email@example.com
This event is off the record, we would not have the online link, any recordings are not allowed.
Registration is required and due to limited capacity, we cannot accept registrations at the door. Please purchase your tickets in advance. Registration will close at 5:00 PM, June 5.
Tickets are non-refundable within 48 hours before the start of event.
Please make sure to register with your company email address.
Scott Palmer provides comprehensive counsel on intellectual property registration, maintenance, licensing, enforcement and litigation for foreign companies in China and for Chinese companies in the United States.
In his management of IP portfolios for large major multinational companies, Scott oversees their wide range of needs, from IP registration to administrative and criminal enforcement of IP, including prosecution, acquisition, maintenance, and licensing and technology transfer agreements. In addition, Scott is an experienced litigator who has resolved disputes for plaintiffs and defendants in matters involving trademarks, trade names, trade secrets, copyrights and patents in China.
Michael House, a partner in the firm’s Business practice, focuses his practice in international trade law with a particular focus on Asia. Michael advises and represents clients in all aspects of trade remedy investigations under U.S. antidumping, countervailing duty and safeguard laws, as well as on export licensing and export control matters. He also advises clients in bilateral and multilateral disputes before the World Trade Organization. Michael counsels clients on Customs issues involving import transactions including entry, classification and valuation, and on U.S. international trade policy including free-trade agreements, trade negotiations and investigations of market access and import competition.
Shuaiqi Yuan has experience with a range of legal issues related to international trade. She has particular experience advising Chinese firms on U.S. trade law. Shuaiqi also counsels on matters regarding Chinese laws, regulations and policies pertaining to U.S. trade remedy investigations and WTO dispute settlements and appeals.