Webinars

We regularly host webinars on trade sanctions, export controls and broader trade compliance issues across our regions and sectors. You can access the recordings of previous sessions and register for upcoming webinars by clicking on the images below.

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The UK Export Control Joint Unit has published new guidance on exporting military and dual-use technology, including the implications for cloud computing and remote access. Join our Tier 1 UK trade team on Wednesday 26 May, 4.00 – 4.30 pm BST where we will talk you through what would be considered an export, when a licence is required and what safeguards are needed, helping you keep your business compliant. We will also be joined by one of our trade partners from our Palo Alto office, who will compare the UK position with the US guidance.

Join us for our 18th Annual Global Trade and Supply Chain Webinar Series entitled, “International Trade & Developments in a World Focused on Recovery & Renewal,” which includes the latest international trade developments including updates on trade wars, trade agreement negotiations and key customs, export controls and sanctions developments. In addition to our usual topics of customs and export controls/sanctions, we have also covered foreign investment review regimes around the world. This year’s remaining webinars will cover export controls and sanctions, an overview of customs and imports developments in the Latin America, EU, Middle East and Russia, and managing emerging compliance risks.

Previous Recordings

Our market-leading UK trade and competition team share their insights on the impact of the new UK-EU arrangements and adapting your business to the global realities post-Brexit.

Having been established for over a decade as a “must attend” global compliance conference by senior in-house legal and compliance professionals, our Annual Corporate Compliance Conference returned in 2020 in a new and unique virtual format to deliver our market-leading content to you during these unprecedented times.  The conference was held across five weeks from 7 September – 9 October 2020 and provided a stream of practical insights and analysis on significant developments across all key corporate compliance areas: Anti-Bribery and Corruption; Antitrust Compliance; International Trade, Export Controls and Sanctions;  Supply Chain, Product and ESG Compliance and Liability; and  Customs and Brexit.