The Canadian Institutes Complying with International Trade and Commercial Regulations (368L10-TOR)

Venue: The Sutton Place Hotel

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 30, 2009 End Date/Time: Dec 01, 2009
Early Registration Date: Nov 02, 2009
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In today’s economic climate, companies who want to take advantage of expanding their business globally need to navigate the increasingly complex international trade and commercial regulations. New developments, such as the recent U.S. protectionist policies and the recent ratification of new free-trade treaties or ongoing free-trade negotiations, can lead to challenges or opportunities for Canadian businesses. Failure to comply with international trade regulations can lead to serious economic consequences for corporations. However, companies that can create and utilize successful trade policies can benefit from new global opportunities.
At The Canadian Institute’s new conference on Complying with International Trade & Commercial Regulations, you will learn practical strategies to ensure compliance with complex trade regulations and minimize your company’s risk. An outstanding speaker faculty of lawyers, regulators, in-house and government counsel will share their wide-ranging knowledge on matters of importance to you, including:
• Evaluating how the Canada-EU trade negotiations will affect Canadian businesses
• Exploring foreign investment review under the amended Investment Canada Act
• Learning best practices for political risk management
• Gaining successful strategies for protecting business assets through foreign investment protections
• Understanding how international arbitration can assist in resolving trade disputes
And much more!
PLUS! Add value to your attendance by participating in our post-conference workshop on Successful Strategies for Trading with and Conducting Business in Developing Countries.


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Additional Information

This Program has been accredited by the Law Soceity of Upper Canada towards the professional development requirement for certification