Speaking Engagements

US Sanctions and Embargoes

The State Bar of Texas International Law Section Annual Institute

8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. CST

Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz, will be presenting on U.S. sanctions and embargoes at the State Bar of Texas International Law Section Annual Institute in Houston on March 4. The focus for this year's Annual Institute is "Hot Topics in International Energy," and will include a keynote presentation on "Reform of the Mexican Hydrocarbon Sector" by Hector Castro Vizcarra, the minister of energy affairs at the Embassy of Mexico. Ms. Schulz's session will add a general overview of the major "moving target" U.S. sanctions and embargoes, such as Russia and Cuba, with a view to the practical impact and the practitioner's ethical obligations. 

The conference will be held at Hilton Americas Houston Hotel. For additional information, click here.

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