08:30 to 10:00
29 Jan 2018
In the last few years, international political events have giving rise to a proliferation of measures adopted by the United Nations and sovereign states, imposing trade restrictions, embargoes and other sanctions against delinquent governments, related entities and individuals. The result is a multi-layered regime of sanctions with diverse political motivations and sometimes different scopes of application. By their very nature, the sanctions have a direct impact on international trade.
Taking a comparative law approach, Julie Raneda, Counsel at Schellenberg Wittmer, will discuss the impact that sanctions can have on day-to-day business and contracts, and offer some practical advice to insure compliance with the trade sanctions regimes.
About the speaker:
Julie Raneda, Counsel, Schellenberg Wittmer
Julie Raneda is counsel in the International Arbitration Group of Schellenberg Wittmer in Singapore. She holds a double degree in business law from the University of Geneva and in international relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
She is a Swiss-qualified lawyer, who practiced in Geneva and London before moving to Singapore.
Julie specializes in international arbitration and represents clients in various international commercial disputes, including international sales, licence and distribution agreements, and international construction and engineering projects. She also advises parties in matters relating to international trade sanctions and regulations.
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