Morrison & Foerster’s Government Contracts Remote Learning Series

Session 7: Export Control Issues, Sanctions, and Supply Chain Risks: What to Expect in the Year Ahead

28 Apr 2021 12:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m. EDT

Please join us for the seventh session in our monthly series covering the latest in government contracting, explaining the “why” and “how” of a particular legal problem, and lessons available from recent case decisions that inform how to navigate it.

In this session, Charles Capito, Partner at Morrison & Foerster, and Kyle Sullivan, China Practice Lead at Martin+Crumpton Group, will cover major developments related to restrictions on inbound and outbound transactions with foreign companies, and how it will affect government supply chains and procurements.

Topics will include:

  • Section 889, the Entity List and beyond: the rules and regulations requiring contractors to understand their supply chains like never before;
  • The evolving nature of the U.S. government’s perceived threat from China and how it will affect supply chains, upstream and down; and
  • Understanding and mitigating the risks of doing business in adversarial countries in 2021. 

Morrison & Foerster Speakers:

  • Charles Capito – Partner, Government Contracts and National Security Practices, Morrison & Foerster
  • Kyle Sullivan – China Practice Lead, Martin+Crumpton Group

CA, NY, and VA CLE credit is pending.



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