Baker McKenzie’s Global Supply Chain Compliance Blog published “Recent US Developments Demonstrate Increasing Xinjiang-Related Trade Compliance Risks,” which can be viewed here.
Ms. Contini focuses her practice on export controls, trade sanctions, and anti-boycott laws. This includes advising US and multinational companies on trade compliance programs, risk assessments, licensing, review of proposed transactions and enforcement matters. Ms. Contini works regularly with companies across a wide range of industries, including the pharmaceutical/medical device, oil and gas, and nuclear sectors.
Christine is a partner in the Washington DC Office and on the Steering Committee for the North America Trade Secrets Practice. She focuses on trade remedies and unfair competition cases, including antidumping and countervailing duty cases, safeguard measures, duties imposed for national security purposes (Section 232 duties), and Section 337 intellectual property and trade secrets disputes. She appears before the US International Trade Commission (ITC), US Department of Commerce (DOC), and in state and federal courts.
Caroline Bisk is an attorney focusing on international trade, national security and cross border transactions. She has experience with both trade remedies (AD/CVD) and the export control world, including work with the various export control regulations, sanctions, antiboycotting, and national security (CFIUS). Caroline is certified to practice both in Washington state and before the Court of International Trade in New York City.