Speaking Engagements

Avoiding Common Mistakes in Global Trade Compliance

22nd Annual SMU Corporate Counsel Symposium
10.31.14

9-9:30 a.m. CDT

On Oct. 31, Gardere Partners Elsa Manzanares and Michelle Schulz co-chairs of the Firm's International Trade Practice, will be presenting "Avoiding Common Mistakes in Global Trade Compliance" at the 22nd Annual SMU Corporate Counsel Symposium. U.S. corporations and corporate counsel are faced with the increasing pressures of the trade enforcement actions taken by U.S. and foreign government agencies coupled with an increasingly competitive international market. Ms. Manzanares and Ms. Schulz will discuss ways to navigate the complex regulations and federal agency system when structuring international import and export transactions, as well as ways to reduce risks for fines and penalties.

The SMU Corporate Counsel Symposium is sponsored by the Dedman SMU School of Law. CLE credit is available for attendees. For more information, including registration options, click here.

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