Speakers will address the major current developments in international trade law. Kathy Cannon of Kelley Drye will participate in mock oral arguments before a panel of three ITC judges on a case involving current issues in trade practice. She will demonstrate effective oral advocacy techniques and tactics and the standard of review. The hour-long session will begin at 4:00 PM on February 1.
The two-day 2007 International Trade Update is proceeded by a special seminar, the Trade & Customs Law Introduction/Refresher, on January 31, 2007. Kelley Drye's Marcia Miller will moderate the discussion "AD/CVD at the U.S. International Trade Commission," scheduled for 10:00 - 11:15 AM. The panel will review key pointers on International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations of whether imports cause material injury, as well as presenting data effectively, advocacy in ITC hearings, causation, and other legal questions.
Up to 9.0 CLE credit hours will be awarded for attending the Trade & Customs Law Introduction/Refresher and up to 15.5 CLE credit hours for attending the 2007 International Trade Update.