Globinar on International Trade: Outlook for Exporting and Importing

Posted by: Doug Bruhnke on Wednesday, January 23, 2019

We were pleased to speak with trade expert Dan Ujczo of Dickinson Wright and 4 expert trade practitioners who are exporting and importing in today's seemingly chaotic world.

There was general consensus on the trade outlook for 2019. Of concern with the opinions expressed was that these experts agreed that the new world of tariffs and trade wars will not be a short-term blip, that they may in fact be 'business as usual' for some time.

We encourage you to listen to the globinar and hear from the experts by clicking HERE. If you're a member and wish to get a hold of any of our speakers, please contact me at doug@globalchamber.org.

Our speakers were...

  • Daniel D. Ujczo - International Practice Group Chair at Dickinson Wright
  • James L. Ratcliff - Chairman and CEO of Rowpar Pharmaceuticals
  • Ian McClarty - President at phoenixNAP
  • Rene van Baardewijk - Owner of Rebain International
  • Melissa Sanderson - Vice President of International Affairs at Freeport McMoRan

Global Chamber is pleased to work with some of the world's experts on trade, along with many thousands of companies that export and import products across borders. We schedule regular discussions on these topics in order for members to benefit from the expertise of experts.

 

Speaker Biography

Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair - International and Regional Practices at Dickinson Wright. Dan is an international trade and customs lawyer who specializes in Canada-United States and North American matters. In addition to his legal practice, Dan has responsibility for coordinating the firm’s innovative Canada-US Platform where Dickinson Wright is one of a limited number of legal service providers that have full-service offices located in Canada and the United States. Dan collaborates with more than 400 Dickinson Wright attorneys who regularly assist businesses that are navigating the cross-border regulatory and legal environment on issues such as customs and regulatory compliance, corporate structuring, M&A, taxation, business immigration, intellectual property protection, and financial incentives. Dan also provides public policy counsel to government officials and industry leaders in areas of regulatory cooperation, border security, economic development, labor mobility, and public-private-partnerships. A US-licensed lawyer, Dan is one of the few individuals that has served in the US and Canadian governments, as well as private practice and academia.

 

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