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June 2, 2022

Join Stroock’s White Collar & Internal Investigations co-chair Tom Firestone on a panel with leading lawyers from Elliott Kwok Levine & Jaroslaw, Ilene Jaroslaw and Dennis Kwok as they discuss what risks U.S. companies may encounter when doing business in Russia and China, and how to protect their assets. As the war in Ukraine continues, we often think about the current climate in both Russia and China and wonder what the future may hold. From the sanctions imposed on Russia to the possibility of China assisting to circumvent Russian sanctions, U.S. companies continuously weigh the risks associated with doing business in both countries.

With discussion revolving around the following questions:

  • What is the current political situation in Russia? Are we likely to see significant change in Russian domestic or foreign policy any time soon?
  • What is the current political situation in China, including state and social media, along with the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea?
  • Are foreign businesses still able to operate in Russia?
  • How do Russia’s counter-measures affect foreign businesses?
  • What is China’s PRC Anti-Sanctions Law / PRC Data Security Law and how does this affect U.S. companies?
  • How are supply chain disruptions affecting companies doing business in China?
  • How are supply chain disruptions affecting companies doing business in Russia?
  • What are the most attractive opportunities for businesses in China in the future?
  • Will we ever see a time when the environment will be more hospitable for foreign businesses in Russia?
  • What are the main legal risks in Russia and China in the current situation and what should U.S. companies do to protect against them?

The webinar will be on Thursday, June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. EDT – 11:15 a.m. EDT.

Click here to learn more and to register.

June 2, 2022

Join Stroock’s White Collar & Internal Investigations co-chair Tom Firestone on a panel with leading lawyers from Elliott Kwok Levine & Jaroslaw, Ilene Jaroslaw and Dennis Kwok as they discuss what risks U.S. companies may encounter when doing business in Russia and China, and how to protect their assets. As the war in Ukraine continues, we often think about the current climate in both Russia and China and wonder what the future may hold. From the sanctions imposed on Russia to the possibility of China assisting to circumvent Russian sanctions, U.S. companies continuously weigh the risks associated with doing business in both countries.

With discussion revolving around the following questions:

  • What is the current political situation in Russia? Are we likely to see significant change in Russian domestic or foreign policy any time soon?
  • What is the current political situation in China, including state and social media, along with the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea?
  • Are foreign businesses still able to operate in Russia?
  • How do Russia’s counter-measures affect foreign businesses?
  • What is China’s PRC Anti-Sanctions Law / PRC Data Security Law and how does this affect U.S. companies?
  • How are supply chain disruptions affecting companies doing business in China?
  • How are supply chain disruptions affecting companies doing business in Russia?
  • What are the most attractive opportunities for businesses in China in the future?
  • Will we ever see a time when the environment will be more hospitable for foreign businesses in Russia?
  • What are the main legal risks in Russia and China in the current situation and what should U.S. companies do to protect against them?

The webinar will be on Thursday, June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. EDT – 11:15 a.m. EDT.

Click here to learn more and to register.

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