In an era where supply chain disruptions and risks are regular front-page news, the Biden Administration has been undertaking a range of initiatives intended to create resilient supply chains that reflect the administration’s policies around national security, foreign policy, human rights and the US economy.
Considering the nonstop legal and compliance developments in this space, with more on the horizon, in-house counsel and compliance professionals for companies with supply chains that touch the United States want to know what to focus on, and what they should be doing. Baker McKenzie’s global supply chain team have been advising clients across every industry and geography on these very questions and are pleased to share our real-world and practical legal and business insights with you in this five-part series.
Episode 1: Biden Supply Chain Policy: What’s Going on and What’s on the Horizon?
In the first of our short videos, Kerry Contini (Partner, Washington, DC), Reagan Demas (Partner, Washington, DC), Christina Conlin (Partner, Chicago) and Maria Piontkovska (Associate, Los Angeles) focus on some of the key trends and priorities for companies across sectors and industries.