US Sanctions and Export Control Policy - Key Developments and Prospects for Change in the Biden Administration

US Sanctions and Export Control Policy - Key Developments and Prospects for Change in the Biden AdministrationCovington & Burling

Titel: Capital Market Partner
15 June 2021 05.00 PM
15 June 2021 06.00 PM
Deutsche Börse Cash Market
Covington & Burling

Note: The webinar will be held in English.

Peter Flanagan and Stephen Rademaker from Covington's International Trade Controls and Public Policy practices will discuss key developments and prospects for change with respect to US sanctions and export control policy under the Biden Administration. They will cover a range of compliance issues and developments impacting global companies, including:

  • Potential new priorities in sanctions policy affecting markets such as Russia and Iran
  • China: Re-evaluating the export control and sanctions legacy of the Trump Administration
  • The role of the US Congress in sanctions policy


Peter Flanagan (Partner, Washington) counsels clients on a broad range of compliance requirements affecting international trade and investment. These include most notably export controls, economic sanctions constraints, defense trade limitations, and the implications of related non-US requirements.

Stephen Rademaker (Senior Of Counsel, Washington) has wide-ranging experience working on national security issues, including sanctions policy, in the White House, the State Department, and the US Senate and House of Representatives.


Dr. Henning Bloss (Managing Partner, Frankfurt) advises clients on corporate matters with an emphasis on cross-border M&A, private equity, equity capital markets, financing, and restructuring.

Please register free of charge under this link!


Katharina Ariane Mayer

Phone: +49 69 211-1 52 01


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