- Chumak, Yuri
The New NAFTA, known as USMCA (in U.S.), CUSMA (in Canada) and T-MEC (in Mexico), will enter into force on July 1, 2020 (or later). As the world focuses on business resumption and recovery in the wake of COVID-19, preparing for the new agreement will be critical for companies relying on North American supply and value chains.
Episode IV in our series examines the Digital and Intellectual Property Chapters in USMCA, changes to domestic legislation in areas such as IP and technology regulation, nearshoring opportunities, and the USMCA's potential to promote innovation in North America.
Episode IV speakers include:
- Jeff Musson, Executive Director of North of 41 Tech Association
- Evangelos Razis, Senior Manager at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation
- Yuri Chumak, Partner, Dickinson Wright LLP
- Daniel Ujczo, Practice Group Chair, Canada-U.S., Dickinson Wright PLLC
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