Staying Compliant with Rapidly Changing Export Controls and Sanctions Regulations

On April 27, join Winston & Strawn Partner Cari Stinebower for an interactive virtual workshop “China Landscape: Staying Compliant with Rapidly Changing Export Controls and Sanctions Regulations” during ACI’s U.S. Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance Conference.

This comprehensive session will present an overview of the current issues to watch when doing business with China. Panelists will break participants down into smaller groups and run through scenarios addressing the implications of recent changes including:

  • U.S. export controls and sanctions directed at China and Hong Kong over the last 12 months
  • Implications of Huawei, ZTE cases
  • Supply chain transparency
  • HK National Security Law and Revocation of Special Trade Status
  • Foreign direct product and de minimis rules
  • Chinese export controls rules and regulations
  • Chinese blocking statute
  • U.S. expanded military end use rules
  • CFIUS trends and implications for Chinese companies
  • Scenarios incorporating both U.S. and Chinese legal implications