There will be no teleconference held this Friday, July 22. Our next Brexit Update will be Friday, July 29.
Please join us on Friday, July 29 as Ambassador Susan Schwab shares her insights on what the United Kingdom needs to consider in preparing for and conducting trade negotiations.
With a focus on international trade and development, Ambassador Schwab’s career has spanned the public, private and non-profit sectors. In addition to being a strategic advisor in Mayer Brown’s Government & Global Trade practice, she is a professor of public policy at the University of Maryland. Ambassador Schwab served as US Trade Representative (2006–2009) and as Deputy USTR (2005–2006). During her tenure as USTR, she successfully opened markets for US products and services in every region of the world and across a variety of business sectors and industries. Previously in government, she served as assistant secretary of commerce and director-general of the US & Foreign Commercial Service, legislative director for Senator John C. Danforth (R-MO) and in several other trade policy and negotiating roles.
- Issues associated with scope, sequencing and timing of Brexit-related trade negotiations
- Insights into negotiating trade agreements
- Organizing for trade negotiations
- Topics and timing of Brexit-related negotiations
We are providing updates each Friday on the legal issues related to Brexit and the process for implementing it. The calls are held at 4:00 p.m. UK time, 11:00 a.m. US Eastern time.
If you are unable to attend the call, kindly register and we will send you the audio recording following the teleconference.
Since the Friday, June 24 announcement that the United Kingdom had voted to leave the European Union, we have hosted three Brexit teleconferences. If you would like to listen to the recordings of those calls or access our other materials on Brexit, please visit our Brexit web page.
Instructions for accessing the program will be sent prior to the event.
For additional information, please contact [email protected].
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