The Export Practitioner, Briefings: Opportunities and Risks for New Cuba Trade Rules

The Export Practitioner, Briefings: Opportunities and Risks for New Cuba Trade Rules

Speaking Engagement

As you consider the opportunities that new US trade and travel policies for Cuba could offer you, it's important that you also understand what rules have changed and what restrictions remain in place for American exporters. In the wake of President Obama's historic announcement on December 17, 2014 to reopen diplomatic relations with Cuba after 54 years, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued implementing regulations on January 16, 2015. To help you navigate these complex new rules, The Export Practitioner is sponsoring a timely 90-minute audio conference briefing with trade and legal speakers explaining how you can benefit from these complex new regulations, what conditions come with them, what trade remains prohibited and how your export compliance program needs to be updated to avoid remaining pitfalls.

WilmerHale Senior Counsel Ronald Meltzer is a featured speaker at this event. 

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