Speaking Engagements

Avoiding Common Mistakes in Global Trade Compliance

Association of Corporate Counsel in Houston
09.09.14

Gardere Partners Elsa Manzanares and Michelle Schulz, co-chairs of the Firm's International Trade Practice, are scheduled to present "Avoiding Common Mistakes in Global Trade Compliance," at the September chapter meeting of the Association of Corporate Counsel in Houston.

Presenting alongside Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA Inc. Assistant General Counsel Brent Helms, the team will examine trade compliance risks a growing, global hypothetical company could experience, as well as discuss opportunities for duty savings and international expansion. 

The event is being held at Maggiano's Little Italy, and CLE credit is available. For more information, including registration options, click here

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