With its credibility in question, the WTO is on the hunt for an adept and reform-minded candidate who can avoid strong opposition from both the United States and China.
How both avenues can strengthen a foreign company’s IP portfolio
Solutions to short-term challenges may end up outlasting the pandemic.
A glimpse into a process that can unravel at any step.
This article has been adapted from an original publication by Squire Patton Boggs. On May 20, 2020, the US Senate unanimously passed S.945, the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, as introduced by Senators John Kennedy (R-LA), and Chris Van Hollen...
When the Obama administration focused its efforts on a pivot to Asia, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) served as a key economic pillar of the strategy. The deal was poised to become the largest free trade agreement in the world, encompassing...
Will implementing regulations be finalized before push comes to shove?
Pushing pause on tariffs and proactively pursuing sourcing opportunities with China offers the United States a smoother path through this crisis and a chance at a faster recovery.