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With frequent changes and advancements in the Trump Administration’s foreign policy and trade agenda, Denise Bode and Sarah Helton of Michael Best Strategies recently hosted a webinar to share the latest insight and intelligence on the Administration’s agreements, policies, and processes.

They discussed tariffs on steel and aluminum products, (Section 232) and Chinese (Section 301) products as well as trade deals with Mexico and Canada, the European Union, the UK, and Japan. They also discussed how politics impacts these policies and how American companies can protect their interests.

Missed the live webinar or want to watch again? Click here.

Denise Bode
Bio Link Denise co-leads the federal practice at Michael Best Strategies with expertise in association and coalition management as well as development of public policy strategies, at both the state and federal level. She was active, on behalf of firm clients, during the recent federal tax reform debate, much as she was during the last major tax reform in 1986. Expertise: Regulatory Law, Tax & Trade, Energy, Environmental, Food, Agriculture, and Telecommunications
Sarah Helton
Bio Link Prior to joining Michael Best Strategies, Sarah served as regulatory counsel at ASTM International. In this role, she supported the Office of Global Policy and Industry Affairs on legal, legislative, and regulatory matters. She researched, analyzed, and advised on current and emerging federal policy matters that affected diverse industries, including energy, environment, transportation, technology, and trade. Expertise: Manufacturing, Tax and Finance, PAC, Education, Political Giving, and Transportation

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