Baker McKenzie thanks each of you who attended our virtual annual conference Supply Chain Risks & Rewards in Emerging Markets, which we offered via a series of four webinars. The webinar links are now included below.

In addition to providing the latest updates on regional and industry-specific supply chain compliance legal developments and impacts of the novel coronavirus, this webinar series focused on cutting-edge issues in supply chain risk management— including trade considerations and the impact of the growing environmental, social and governance (ESG) movement. Professionals from various industries who represent a wide array of supply chain-related fields shared the latest best practices from the fast-developing world of supply chain risk management.

Please see below to view the webinar recordings. While credit was offered for live attendees, please note that viewing these recordings will not qualify for MCLE or CCS/CES credit.

Tuesday, March 24
 
The Latest on Trade Sanctions, Export Controls and Customs Risks

The Companies You Keep: Managing  Anticorruption & AML Risks with Supply Chain  Partners
 
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Thursday, March 26
 
Global Trade Wars: The Latest on Supply Chain Impact, Best Practice Responses, and What the Future Holds

Brexit, USMCA and Beyond: Responding to  Today’s Disruptions in Global Supply Chains

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Wednesday, April 1ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Considerations in Supply Chains and Growing  Legal Implications

Labor/Employment Risks and Considerations in Supply Chain Relationships

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Friday, April 3
 

Identifying and Managing Cybersecurity and Data Protection Risks In Supply Chains

Technology in the Supply Chain: Blockchain as the Cure for all Ailments?

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Reagan Demas has significant experience working on behalf of companies and investors in emerging markets and high risk jurisdictions. He has managed major legal compliance investigations for a variety of Fortune 500 companies and negotiated settlements before the US Department of Justice, US Securities and Exchange Commission, and other federal and state regulatory entities, obtaining declinations in a number of matters. He has also conducted risk assessments and due diligence in a variety of legal compliance matters for companies across industries, and has worked on the ground evaluating partnerships, investments and other business opportunities worldwide. Reagan has written and spoken extensively on corruption, business ethics, human rights-related legal obligations and emerging regulatory regimes.