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Making Sense of the Sanctions: Iran and the P5+1 Talks

  • 26 Aug 2014
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Ireland Stapleton 717 7th Street Suite 2800 Denver, CO 80202


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Private Invite-Only Breakfast Briefing for:
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7:30 am - Light Breakfast & Networking

8 - 9:00 am - Talk and Q&A

Following the Iranian revolution in 1979 and the seizure of the US Embassy in Tehran the United States has almost continuously maintained some level of sanctions or trade embargo against Iran.  Over the last year, the United States and the other four permanent members of the UN Security Council, along with Germany (P5+1), have pursued negotiations with Iran with the goal of having Iran terminate any nuclear weapons program in exchange for sanctions relief.  The deadline for completion of these negotiations is now November 2014.


The program will cover the basic elements of the current US and multilateral sanctions (e.g., UN, EU), the current enforcement climate and the prospects for and meaning of the current negotiations

Frank Schuchat has thirty years of experience as an international trade lawyer in Washington D.C. and in Denver.  He regularly advises US and foreign companies on sanctions compliance.  Frank was appointed by two US Secretaries of Commerce to serve as a member of the President’s Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration (“PECSEA”).  The PECSEA provides advice and feedback to the Department of Commerce on export policy and during Frank’s tenure the PECSEA produced a major report on the use and effectiveness of unilateral sanctions.

Questions: Contact Jan at 303-446-4921 or Jan@WorldDenver.org

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