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The Implications of Acetris Health for Government Contractors

Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

This year’s Federal Circuit ruling in Acetris Health, LLC v. United States fundamentally altered the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) compliance landscape – and more changes may be on the way.

Please join our webcast on Thursday, October 22 for a discussion of recent developments in this space, and the potential resulting impact on your supply chain. Topics will include:

  • What Has Changed? How does the ruling change the compliance landscape for government contractors?
  • A New Meaning for Manufacturing? What does it take to meet the manufacturing test in the U.S. and designated countries after the Acetris ruling?
  • “Substantial” Uncertainty? What changes did the decision bring to the long-held understanding of substantial transformation for drug products and what impact could it have on government procurement?
  • What’s Next? What judicial, legislative, and regulatory changes are on the horizon that could impact compliance requirements and procurement opportunities?

Presenters:

Jennifer Plitsch and Mike Wagner

Thursday, October 22, 2020
12 - 1 p.m. ET
9 - 10 a.m. PT

Log-in details will be provided upon registration.

Click here to register.

CLE: Approval for NY/NJ, CA, and VA CLE credit is currently pending. We will provide a Uniform Certificate of Attendance should you wish to apply in another jurisdiction.