Jacobson, Burton, Kelley PLLC
International Trade Law
Key takeaways from this presentation:
- Learn why Iran, Russia, and Cuba seem to be attractive new grounds for manufacturing.
- Find out why international sanctions and unilateral U.S. sanctions still pose a barrier to entry into these apparently attractive markets.
- Explore the pitfalls of these markets as well as the limited opportunities that they offer.
Bio:With 25 years of experience, Doug serves as principal outside international trade counsel to a number of U.S. and non U.S.-based multinational companies that import, export and produce a wide range of products, including oil and gas equipment, medical devices, electronic products, industrial, defense and aerospace products. Doug serves as general counsel to the National Council on International Trade Development, and served as co-chair of the export committee of the American Association of Exporters and Importers. Chambers and Partners ranked him as a leading export controls and sanctions attorney in the United States.