Speaking Engagements

Import/Export Laws: Overview of Export Control Reform

Border Law Conference
01.31.15

1:15-2:15 p.m. CST

Gardere Partners Elsa Manzanares and Michelle Schulz, co-chairs of the Firm's International Trade Practice, will be presenting "Import/Export Laws: Overview of Export Control Reform" at the upcoming Border Law Conference in El Paso, Texas. The team will discuss global import and export trade compliance and recent developments in export control reform.

The El Paso Chapter of the Federal Bar Association's Border Law Conference is a two-day national conference. The conference sessions will address the unique practice of business, criminal, family, labor, employment and immigration law on the southern border. The keynote speaker at Friday's dinner is Ben Rohrbaugh, Director of Enforcement and Border Security, National Security Council Staff, The White House.

The event will be held at the University of Texas at El Paso. For more information, including registration options, click here.

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