Trade in North America Under a New Administration

Trade in North America Under a New Administration

The State Bar of Texas International Law Section is hosting a one-hour CLE panel to discuss trade in North America and CTCC Director, Doug McCullough will be sharing his expertise.

On January 22, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. CST, the State Bar of Texas International Law Section is hosting a one-hour CLE panel to discuss trade in North America. With a new North American trade deal, a new incoming administration in the U.S., and countries working to combat the COVID-19, trade will be a key issue to restart many economies. This CLE will cover topics ranging from an outlook under a new U.S. administration to international employment law disputes under the USMCA to the future of the USMCA. This CLE is only open to ILS members and is free of charge for ILS members. CLE credit will be requested for participants licensed in the State of Texas.

We have a fantastic moderator and panel for this session with decades of international trade law expertise between them, including:

  • Scott Johnston, Partner at Givens & Johnston, PLLC in Houston, Texas.
  • Doug McCullough, Partner at McCullough Sudan in Houston, Texas, and Director of the Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce.
  • John Boscariol, Partner at McCarthy Tétrault, LLP in Toronto, Canada.
  • Francisco Peña, Partner at Cacheaux, Cavazos, and Newton, LLP based in McAllen, Texas.

This CLE is co-sponsored by Holland & Knight, LLP

Register for the event HERE.