Webinar Series – Preparing and Mitigating the Impacts of Supply Chain Delays

Supply chain issues are a major concern for many companies in all industries and markets. Please join Crowell & Moring for a webinar series that explores these issues and provides insight into various legal and tactical considerations as businesses reflect on supply chain disruption, impacts and solutions.

Supply chain overview
Wednesday, November 17 at 1 p.m. EST

This session provides an overview of the myriad of issues affecting and arising from global and national supply chain delays and port congestion. Crowell & Moring’s experienced practitioners will cover issues relating to international trade / global mobility, government contracts, criminal and civil regulatory compliance and enforcement, cybersecurity, crime, trade contracts and negotiations, antitrust and litigation laws just around the corner.

Loudspeakers: Bryan Brewer, Caroline Brown, Rebecca Chaney, Addie Cliffe, Alexis DeBernardis, Lex Eley, Cheri Falvey, Lyndsay Gorton, Kate Growley, Michael Gruden, Derek Hahn, Toni Jackson, Michelle Linderman, Nicole Simonian, Carolyn Wagner, Megan Wolf, Evan Wolff , Tiffany Wynn and Yuan Zhou.

Public procurement issues
Wednesday, December 8 at 1 p.m. EST

In the second installment of the Crowell & Moring webinar series, our procurement lawyers will discuss the impacts of current and expected supply chain issues on federal government contractors and their compliance responsibilities. Our panelists will discuss contract terms that may be at risk as supply chain delays continue, including requirements for national preferences, bans on counterfeit parts, and protection of national security interests. This panel will also cover the government’s expected application of supply chain compliance violations, including liability for false claims.

Loudspeakers: Addie Cliffe, Lyndsay Gorton and Yuan Zhou

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