Blocking Statute & (secondary) Sanctions: China, EU, Russia, US – webinar
Rising tensions between prominent trading blocs have resulted in a surge of unilateral sanctions and countermeasures with sometimes extraterritorial effect. This makes it increasingly difficult for multinationals to navigate these often conflicting rules. Not seldomly a company will find itself in a catch 22 situation.
The complex dilemmas and issues are for instance:
- How can US (secondary) sanctions affect non-US operators ?
- The increased use of US secondary sanctions and export controls
- The collision of EU and US sanctions with Russian antitrust laws
- The impact for EU/US operators of China’s new regulations aimed at counteracting the extraterritorial impact of foreign law on Chinese persons
- Status and outlook for the EU Blocking Regulation
- Increased pressure for more active enforcement of EU sanctions and counter sanctions
- Securing your (legal) position in situations of conflicting rules: best practices
This 1,5 hour webinar on Thursday June 3rd 2021 (EST am 8.00, CET pm 2.00, MSK pm 3.00, BJT pm 8.00) will provide trade compliance professionals and other import-export executives with practical insights and cross-analysis of world class experts from China, the European Union, Russia and the U.S.A.:
- Deming Zhao, Partner, Global Law Office, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
- Bert Gevers, Partner, Loyens & Loeff, Brussels, Belgium
- Gerard Kreijen, Attorney at law, Loyens & Loeff, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Oleg Khokhlov, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Moscow, Russia
- Susan Kovarovics, Managing Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Washington DC, USA
We would be delighted for you to attend the online event. You are therefore invited to register by clicking on the link hereunder.
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