Disruptive forces continue to sweep the global economy, but not all change is bad. This edition of Global Connection highlights some of the recent developments in international trade law and how companies may benefit from them.
Specifically, this issue discusses (i) how companies can deal with the uncertainty of the ever-changing U.S. tariff policy toward China and the EU, (ii) the new DOJ guidelines for a no-fine, no-prosecution presumption for self-disclosures of willful violations of the major export and sanctions regime, (iii) the recent boost to business relationships between companies in Arizona and Alberta, Canada with the addition of Arizona to the Alberta Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act, and (iv) an overview of the financing process of real estate projects in Los Cabos, Mexico, to name a few of the articles in this newsletter.
We hope you enjoy the articles and that they prove useful in your business dealings. We welcome your suggestions for future editions, and if would like to be included in future international events hosted by the firm, please feel free to contact us.
Brett W. Johnson and Patricia Brum