American Law Center held a joint seminar "US Trade Sanctions against Two Koreas: Crossroads of Law and International Politics" with American Chamber of Commerce.
DATE: November 29, 2018 7:00 - 9:30 pm
VENUE: CJ Law Hall, Libertas Hall (B1), Korea Univ. School of Law
(Free of Charge/ Dinner will be served)
While US trade sanctions against China are dominating the world’s attention, what affects the present and future of the Korean society more severely are the US sanctions against South Korean exporters and North Korea. The two sets of the sanctions against two Koreas are neither well known nor publicly studied. American Law Center present a rare opportunity to learn about the law and the state of play on US trade sanctions, probably the most important instruments of American law affecting the region, together with an introduction to the dynamic political environment surrounding North Korea.
Opening Remarks: Anthony Chang, Bae, Kim & Lee/ Co-Chair of the Legal Affairs Committee, AmCham
Moderator: Kyungsin Park, Director, Korea Univ. American Law Center
The topics covered will be:
- "Trade Remedies against South Korean Exporters to the U.S., and How to Avoid Them, also Lightly Touching upon China-bound Trade Sanctions," Katrina Chang, Kim & Chang;
- "U.S. Political Environment and Future of Trade Remedies," Gordon Church, US Embassy;
- "North Korean Economy and Impact of US sanctions," Phillip H. Park, Kyungnam Univ.;
- "U.S. Political Environment and Future of NK Sanctions," George Noll, US Embassy; and
- "State of Play on US Sanctions against North Korea and its Impact on Korean Businesses," Tongchan Shin, Yulchon
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