Overview (Program Summary)
Writing a global pandemic playbook - A three-part series
With the rapidly changing Coronavirus (COVID-19) landscape, global companies are at the front lines and need to be prepared to deal with the legal, business and practical repercussions. In this three-part series, we will address top-of-mind issues for in-house legal departments and will answer live questions based on your business needs.
The pandemic and growing economic nationalism have created a toxic environment for the international trading system. The efficiency and reliability of global supply chains is being undermined by a combination of protectionism and the Coronavirus. Tensions between China and the US continue to increase as the leading economic powers choose rivalry over cooperation. In this webcast we will discuss the following:
• The pandemic and protectionism – short and long term effects
• The future of global supply chains – practical limitations and hazards
• Trade in a bilateral world – the Trump perspective
• Trade impacts and the bottom line – how to evaluate and mitigate risks
Attendance is complimentary but limited to ACC members, in-house counsel who are prospective ACC members and guests of the Sponsor.
By registering, you agree that your name and email address will be provided for one-time use (for virtual meeting management) to the Sponsor.
Participants seeking MCLE credit must attend the entire 60 minute program and provide their IL Bar number.
Reminder: Distance learning courses should be attended in an educational setting that is free from distractions.