Bryan Cave’s European offices will host panel discussions Nov. 6-8 on the regulatory risks of doing business with the United States.

Washington Partner Mark Srere and Counsel Jennifer Kies Mammen, members of the firm’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Group, and Associate Megan Gajewski Barnhill from the International Trade Team will form the panel. The discussion will examine:

  • What U.S. regulatory hurdles may snag a seemingly streamlined transaction
  • Common pitfalls of becoming a target of a U.S. anti-corruption investigation
  • U.S. export control and economic sanctions laws

Members of Bryan Cave’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Group represent companies and individuals in white collar criminal investigations, trials and appeals. They handle a full range of matters involving white collar crime, including securities, financial institutions and money laundering, government contracts, public corruption, health care, political campaign contributions, criminal antitrust, environmental, tax, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and export control.

Please use the following links to register for the events in London, Hamburg and Frankfurt.