Please join Steptoe's cross-disciplinary team on Thursday, December 15for a complimentary webinar discussing federal reshoring efforts in the United States, and the various laws, regulations, programs, and guidances that companies should pay close attention to as the government begins to accelerate policy initiatives in the space.
With supply chains facing mounting challenges from recent world events, such as COVID-19, heightened tensions with China, and Russia’s war on Ukraine, the US focus on bringing manufacturing back to the country from overseas, or reshoring, is increasing. Our knowledgeable lawyers will walk through the core elements of what companies need to know regarding the reshoring initiatives in the US, the impacts of these initiatives on business and global supply chains, and what actions companies should take now to position themselves to successfully navigate this new and rapidly-evolving policy terrain.
Topics for discussion will include:
- Relevant tax provisions from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)
- The CHIPS and Science Act
- Relevant Buy America provisions from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the IRA
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Date: Thursday, December 15, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. EST
Paul Hurst, Partner and head of Steptoe's Government Contracts practice
Jeffrey Weiss, Partner and co-chair of Steptoe’s Trade Policy & Negotiations practice and lead of the firm’s Supply Chain team; and former senior official at the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR), and the Office of the Secretary of Commerce
Lisa M. Zarlenga, Partner in Steptoe's Tax practice and former Tax Legislative Counsel at the US Treasury Department
Steptoe is an accredited CLE provider in New York and California and is pleased to offer the following credit for participation in the live event. If you are seeking credit in other jurisdictions, please make a note in your registration form and we’ll apply on your behalf.
- New York: This program is approved for 1.0 hour of CLE credit including 1.0 hour in areas of professional practice. The content and format are suitable for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
- California: 1.0 hour of CLE credit. No credit may be claimed for required CLE in legal ethics, recognition and elimination of bias in the legal profession, and competence issues.
Government Contracts, Commercial Litigation, Fraud & False Claims Act, Independent & Internal Investigations
Trade Policy & Negotiations, Government Affairs & Public Policy, ESG - Environmental, Social, and Governance
Transactional Tax, Tax Policy, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency, Qualified Opportunity Zones