Start Date: 4/17/2018 12:00 PM EDT
End Date: 4/17/2018 2:00 PM EDT
Venue Name: Bryan Cave LLP Location:
1155 F Street, NW
Washington, DC United States 20004
This event is brought to you by the Virginia State Bar International Practice Section in cooperation with the International Law Forum of the Women's Bar Association of DC and the D.C. Bar International Law Community.
What do companies with EU or US locations or operations need to consider with respect to trade controls compliance in 2018? How is the EU reacting to changes from Brexit and the Trump administration? What issues under EU and US trade controls should practitioners be on the lookout for in 2018? What pressing issues are trade compliance practitioners hearing from clients?
Join us for a panel discussion regarding important development in EU and US trade controls compliance. Bert Gevers, Partner and head of the Indirect Tax Practice Group and the International Trade Team at Loyens & Loeff in Belgium will provide perspectives related to developments in EU trade controls. Mr. Gevers advises his clients on matters related to international and domestic exchange of goods and services, including international trade measures, customs valuation, origin, classification, export controls and economic sanctions, excise duties and VAT. Susan Kovarovics, Partner and co-leader of the International Trade client service group in the Washington, DC office of Bryan Cave LLP, will also join the discussion to provide perspectives on current issues for practitioners in US trade controls. Ms. Kovarovics counsels US and non-US private and publicly held companies in a variety of industries on matters involving US export controls and economic sanctions, US anti-boycott laws, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Cost: Free to attend. Please register Here