Events

The European American Chamber of Commerce® hosts a wide variety of events, from in depth macro economic, legal and financial panel discussions featuring industry leaders, to smaller round table discussions on matters that directly affect individual small and medium size business.

Our educational seminars, roundtables, panel-discussions and conferences are designed to educate our membership and the Tri-State region business community on matters relevant to both the US & European business communities. They provide a platform to exchange ideas and network with fellow executives from the US and Europe.

Below is a list of our upcoming events in New York. We hope we will be able to welcome you at our next event. To stay informed about our programs join our mailing list.

 

For upcoming events in our sister chapters visit:

EACC Cincinnati Events | EACC Paris Events | EACC Lyon Events | EACC Carolinas Events

    Thursday 23 Jan
    10:00 AM -
    11:00 AM

    The Recent UK Elections: What Do the Results Mean for the UK, Brexit, and Transatlantic Business?

    Online: web based program, .

    The decisive victory of Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party in the December 12 UK Elections seems to guarantee prompt passage of Johnson's renegotiated Withdrawal Agreement from the EU, but many other things remain uncertain: Can the UK and the EU negotiate a workable trade agreement in less than a year? Does the surge in support for the Scottish National Party mean another run at Scottish independence? When will the US and the UK start trade negotiations? And how are financial markets pricing all this?
    Thursday 30 Jan
    08:00 AM -
    10:30 AM

    Managing Discovery in Complex Construction Arbitration

    European American Chamber of Commerce New York: The New York Times Building, 620 Eighth Avenue, 37th Fl., New York, NY 10018

    Discovery can be one of the more painful parts of any alternative dispute-resolution process.  Perceived as both time consuming and expensive, parties routinely look for ways to limit discovery and manage the process as efficiently as possible.