Regulatory Forecast 2019

What corporate counsel need to know for the coming year

Crowell & Moring 2019 Regulatory Forecast

Our 2019 Regulatory Forecast explores a diverse range of regulatory developments coming out of Washington and other leading regulatory centers of power, and it takes a deep dive into international trade—examining the challenges and opportunities that will arise in the year ahead as global businesses compete in the digital revolution and operate their businesses across borders.

The Forecast provides a concise outlook on issues affecting companies in key areas of law:

  • International trade
  • Regulatory
  • Energy
  • Government contracts
  • Corporate
  • Intellectual property
  • Government affairs
  • Health care
  • Insurance/Reinsurance
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Tax
  • Antitrust

Our cover story, “Trade Winds: How Global Businesses are Navigating Trade, Tariffs, and the Uncharted Waters Ahead,” examines how changing international trade policies are causing businesses to rethink strategies for everything from supply chains to data transfers, while uncovering new opportunities along the way. The article also identifies hot spots for 2019 in an international trade infographic.

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