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About Jennifer M. Smith
Jennifer M. Smith is a partner of the Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart and a 2008 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. She has experience in a variety of international trade law matters, including economic sanctions and embargoes, export controls, antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, customs, anti-boycott, trade adjustment assistance, and international and bilateral trade agreements and dispute resolution processes.
Ms. Smith has represented clients before numerous agencies, including the Department of the Treasury, Department of Commerce, International Trade Commission, Department of State, Customs and Border Protection, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, and the Department of Labor. She also assists clients in performing import and export compliance reviews and due diligence reviews for mergers and acquisitions transactions. Ms. Smith has clerked at the United States Court of International Trade.
About Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart
For more than 50 years, Stewart and Stewart has helped companies, farmers, and workers maximize their opportunities in the complex and rapidly changing world of international trade. Our practice areas include trade remedies (antidumping, countervailing duty, safeguard cases), customs, import/export controls, economic sanctions and compliance, preferential market access, bilateral and regional agreements, and the World Trade Organization. The firm has also worked with Congress and the Executive Branch on a wide range of matters, ranging from international trade and competitiveness issues to intellectual property, health care, and federal grants. Whether representation is limited to a specific matter or requires strategic use of a broad range of legal and policy tools, Stewart and Stewart’s team of professionals is committed to helping its clients compete at home and around the world.
On August 2, 2017, President Donald Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA). The new law, which is viewed to have profound impacts on anti-corruption compliance and global supply chains, provides for additional sanctions on Iran, Russia, and North Korea.
The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) also recently intensified sanctions against Venezuela by prohibiting certain transactions and financing related to the Venezuelan government and state-owned oil and natural gas company Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. and by blocking the property of, and prohibiting transactions with, Venezuelan government officials.
Listen as a panel of distinguished sanctions professionals organized by The Knowledge Group provide the audience with the latest and emerging issues about the new U.S. sanctions on Iran, North Korea, Russia, and Venezuela. Speakers, among other things, will analyze the most important provisions in CAATSA, and its direct impact on affected firms and companies. Speakers will also offer effective compliance strategies for related businesses.
This LIVE webcast will discuss the following key topics:
-New and Additional Iran, North Korean, Russian, and Venezuelan Sanctions
-Impacts and Implications of the New Sanctions on Related Businesses
-New Compliance Requirements
About The Knowledge Group, LLC/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series
The Knowledge Congress was established with the mission to produce unbiased, objective, and educational live webinars that examine industry trends and regulatory changes from a variety of different perspectives. The goal is to deliver a unique multilevel analysis of an important issue affecting business in a highly focused format. To contact or register to an event, please visit: http://theknowledgegroup.org/
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