Canada's Trade Relationship With The USA Today: The Upside Down

20 September 2018

Keynote Address

On Sept. 7, Gowling WLG and the City of Hamilton hosted a public summit at Hamilton's City Hall exploring the key challenges facing Hamilton's steel industry - with an emphasis on current obstacles posed by new U.S. tariffs.

Framing the summit's overarching discussion was a keynote address from accomplished international trade lawyer and Gowling WLG partner Richard Dearden, titled "Canada's Trade Relationship with the United States of America Today." His presentation provided important context on the tumultuous U.S.-Canada trade climate under President Donald Trump, and also highlighted a number of potential measures by which to protect Canadian steel producers from U.S. tariffs.

A video recording of the summit and Dearden's presentation are provided below.

 

GOWLING WLG AND THE CITY OF HAMILTON, PARTNERS IN INNOVATION

Gowling WLG and the City of Hamilton recently forged an exciting partnership that demonstrates our common goal and commitment to boosting commercial activity, fostering groundbreaking innovation and competing in the global marketplace.

Harnessing the strength of our industry insight, worldwide platform and strategic relationships with stakeholders throughout the region, Gowling WLG is proud to work with Hamilton to unlock the city's vast economic potential.

For more information regarding this unique partnership and to learn how you or your company may benefit, contact Louis Frapporti, managing partner of Gowling WLG's Hamilton office.


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