RP CEO Moderates “Trade: The Tools of Interaction and Barrier” Discussion at the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s Global Series 2020
Philadelphia, PA | February 2020 – RP CEO, Jonathan H. Spadt will moderate a discussion on “Trade: The Tools of Interaction and Barrier” that is part of the FCBA Global Series 2020: Innovation Leadership: Commerce, Trade, Governance, and Adjudication. The one day event brings together government representatives, adjudicators, corporate leaders, litigation leaders, academics, and others in the global community to respond to emerging world challenges. Spadt’s panel will specifically explore how strategies are changing as a result of global geopolitical dynamics, both as to supply chains and innovation management and protection. The on-going Series includes participants from Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the United States, the People’s Republic of China, Brazil, and other countries.
Mr. Spadt is Vice Chair of the Global Series Committee and will present with an extraordinary group of experts, including Timothy Stanceu, Chief Judge, United States Court of International Trade; Charles Bullock, Chief Judge, United States International Trade Commission; Michael Franzinger, Sidley Austin; Michael Sandonato, Venable LLP; and Scott Kieff, Kieff Strategies LLC.
This event is the first of two FCBA Global Series meetings in 2020. The conference will take place at the Army Navy Club in Washington, D.C. on April 29, 2020. The Series’ second event in 2020 will take place in Tokyo, Japan on October 30-31, 2020. For more information or to register for the event, please visit the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s website www.fedcirbar.org, or contact Jeannie Bryers at email@example.com.
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