This program will explore recent developments in Latin America and what to expect in the coming year. The panel will discuss labor and employment issues, corporate transactions, intellectual property, global economic issues and trade deals. This esteemed panel will also discuss how to be mindful of cultural differences when doing business in the Latin American region.
What you'll takeaway:
• An understanding of the strong trade flows between Colombia and the U.S. (Georgia in particular).
• An update on recent legal developments in Latin America in a variety of legal areas.
• A practical perspective on legal obstacles American companies and attorneys face.
• Insight into customs and cultures to be mindful of when doing business in Latin America.
• Hernando Galindo, Executive Regional Trade Representative for ProColombia
• Javier Gonzalez, International Business Law Consultant, Gadrix & Associates, P.C.
• Andrea Novak, Attorney, International Regulatory and Policy, Delta Air Lines, Inc.
• Adriana Ibarra Vasquez, Legal Counsel, Barco
• Amanda Witt, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Georgia State University College of Law
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Mary Jo Sullivan
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