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Insights Call


Barbara D. Linney

Partner, Co-Leader Intern.Trade & Security law team

Baker Hostetler

Brian Egan



Mike Hofmann

Managing Director

Melchers Group


The US has imposed sanctions against China in several areas, and more restrictions are likely to follow. The sanctions are predominantly in response to alleged violations of human rights and concerns relating to national security. How quickly sanctions can have an influence on businesses in third countries is well illustrated by the restrictions on trade with Russia: They may cause the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project to be abandoned as suppliers from Europe are facing US sanctions. European companies are likely to face the same pressures regarding their business with China.


A panel of US international trade law experts and a business leader from a German company in China, with first-hand experience regarding the relevant issues, will discuss the current state of affairs and likely scenarios for the future.


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Insights Call

October 15, 2020

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