2022: Evolution of international trade in a difficult new world | Overview

Join us for our 19th Annual Global Trade and Supply Chain Webinar Series entitled, “Developments in international trade in a new difficult world”, which includes the latest developments in international trade.

This year, in various sessions, our expert panels will cover the main developments and the latest trends in sanctions, export controls and foreign investment review regimes. On the entry side, there will be sessions on FTA compliance opportunities and challenges, hot topics on customs valuation, customs audit trends and supply chain compliance challenges. and logistics.

Upcoming webinar dates and topics

Dated Topic

Tuesday,
25 january

Opportunities and compliance with free trade agreements (FTAs)

Loudspeakers: Adriana Ibarra-Fernandez (Mexico), Eunkyung Kim Shin (Chicago), Reggie Mezu (Dubai), Ivy Tan (Singapore) and Alex Alberti (London)

Moderator: Adriana Ibarra-Fernandez (Mexico)

Tuesday,
February 15

Hot topics and emerging compliance risks in export controls: focus on the US, EU, UK and Canada

Loudspeakers: Meghan Hamilton (Chicago), Ross Evans (London) and Brian Cacic (Toronto)

Moderator: Lise Test (Washington, DC)

Tuesday 29 March

Hot Topics on Customs Valuation

Loudspeakers: Frank Pan (Shanghai), Paul Burns (Toronto), Alexander Bychkov (Moscow) and Esteban Ropolo (Buenos Aires)

Moderator: Jennifer Revis (London)

Tuesday April 26

Hot topics and emerging compliance risks in sanctions: focus on the US, EU, UK, Canada and Russia

Loudspeakers: Callie LeFevre (Washington, DC), Derk Christiaans (Amsterdam), Brian Cacic (Toronto) and Vladimir Efremov (Moscow)

Moderator: Ben Smith (London)

Tuesday 24 May

Trends in Customs Audits and the Importance of Customs Compliance for Tax Compliance

Loudspeakers: Meredith DeMent (Washington, DC), Lionel Van Reet (Brussels), Riza Buditomo (Jakarta) and Jorge Ambriz-Cuevas (Juarez)

Moderator: Nicole Looks (Amsterdam)

Tuesday 28 June

Hot Topics and Emerging Compliance Risks in Export Controls and Sanctions: Australia, China and Japan

Loudspeakers: Anne Petterd (Sydney), Vivian Wu (Beijing) and Junko Suetomi (Tokyo)

Moderator: Anne Petterd (Sydney)

Tuesday July 26

Supply chain: logistics and compliance challenges


Loudspeakers:
Kerry Contini (Washington, DC), Anne Petterd (Sydney) and Can Sozer (Istanbul)

Moderator: John McKenzie (San Francisco)

August

To break

Tuesday September 27

Trends in Foreign Investment Review: Focus on Australia, China and Japan

Loudspeakers: Eric Thianpiriya (Sydney), Laura Liu (Beijing), Junya Ae (Tokyo) and Ryo Yamaguchi (Tokyo)

Moderator: Sylwia Lis (Washington, DC)

Tuesday 25 October

Compliance: sustainability and supply chains


Loudspeakers:
Rachel MacLeod (London), Alexander Ehrle (Berlin), Ruth Dawes (Sydney), Sean Selleck (Melbourne) and Mara Ghiorghies (London)

Moderator: Douglas Sanders (Chicago)

November (dates to be determined)

Global Year-End Review of Import / Export / Trade Compliance Developments

December

To break

To register for this free webinar series, click the Register Now button for each topic that interests you. These webinars are organized on a Zoom platform. You can register for one or all of the webinars.

We hope you enjoy this exciting webinar series!

Click here to watch previously recorded international trade webinars.

MCLE Credit

Approved for 1.0 California General CLE Credit, 1.0 Illinois General CLE Credit, 1.0 New York Professional Practice Area CLE Credit, and 1.0 Texas General CLE Credit. North Carolina CLE pending. Participants requesting CLE for other states will receive uniform CLE certificates. Baker & McKenzie LLP is a CLE Authorized Supplier in California and Illinois. Baker & McKenzie LLP has been certified by the New York State CLE Board as an Accredited Supplier in New York State. This program is suitable for experienced and newly admitted New York attorneys. Baker & McKenzie LLP is an Accredited Sponsor, endorsed by the State Bar of Texas, Committee on MCLE.

This program has been approved for a total of 9 CCS / MCS / CES / MES credits (1 credit for each session) by the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Inc.