Rules of Origin: Impact of Brexit on International Trade, Navigating the Evolving Landscape
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide companies and their counsel on the rules of origin for import and export of goods to the UK and EU. The panel will address the relevant rules of origin, determining applicable rules of origin, the impact of the UK's withdrawal from the EU on import/export, and steps companies and their counsel should be doing to ensure compliance.
- Understanding relevant rules of origin
- Determining rules of origin
- Impact of Brexit on import/export
- Best practices for ensuring compliance
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the factors to consider in determining relevant rules of origin?
- How does the UK's withdrawal from the EU impact preferential rules of origin?
- What steps can counsel take to minimize the importer's or exporter's risks and ensure compliance?
Mr. Adams has almost 20 years of experience in European and British public policy and regulation, chiefly in the field... | Read More
Mr. Adams has almost 20 years of experience in European and British public policy and regulation, chiefly in the field of trade policy, cross-border financial services policy and European integration. He manages teams advising the firm’s clients navigating EU and UK policymaking and politics, anticipating and adapting to political and policy change. Mr. Adams has advised senior politicians and policymakers in roles in the European Parliament, European Commission and Whitehall, generally with a focus on trade and cross-border economic policy. He has also been an Executive Director of Goldman Sachs International, based in London. Mr. Adams is an Honorary Fellow in the Department of Political Science at University College London where he teaches international political economy and provides professional training for international trade negotiators.Close
McDermott Will & Emery
Ms. Dereskeviciute focuses her practice on product compliance and trade regulation. She has significant experience in... | Read More
Ms. Dereskeviciute focuses her practice on product compliance and trade regulation. She has significant experience in EU chemical control, EU product safety and liability, EU regulatory law and frequently represents clients before the European Chemicals Agency Board of Appeal. Ms. Dereskeviciute also advises businesses on the implications Brexit will have in relation to a range of regulatory compliance issues. She counsels clients on the EU and the UK sanctions regimes and export controls, including in higher risk jurisdictions such as Russia and Iran. Her experience covers the review and design of compliance programs, including giving training to client teams on controlled goods, prohibited jurisdictions, persons and activities. Ms. Dereskeviciute assists companies in liaising with regulators when assessing whether their activities are in breach of EU sanctions regimes, or whether authorisations/licenses from the national authorities are appropriate. She has participated as a chair and speaker on sanctions related panels at the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime.Close
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