Speaking Engagements

Adapting Effectively in a New Export Environment

2014 ICPA Fall Conference
09.11.14

1-2 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, is scheduled to co-present "Adapting Effectively in a New Export Environment" with Trade Attorney Larry Hanson at the Thursday session of the 2014 ICPA Fall Conference in Nashville, Tenn.

This intermediate-level session will include real-world implementation of export control reform, including actual case studies, current statistics and practical insight into the still-advancing regulatory framework for U.S. exports.

The three-day event is being held at the Nashville Omni Hotel. Additional information, including registration options, can be found here.

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