Christine represents clients in complex domestic and international commercial transactions, including business contracts, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, reorganizations, and business sales. She provides corporate and contract law advice
to companies in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, healthcare and professional services. She frequently represents Canadian businesses with U.S. legal issues, such as expanding and operating their businesses in
the United States. A significant portion of Christine’s practice involves legal issues facing family-owned and other closely held businesses, including succession planning, shareholder agreements, ownership transfers and minority-owned and women-owned business enterprises. Christine exclusively practices U.S. law and is admitted to practice in New York and Maryland.
This panel will provide a forum to discuss the initial impact of the ban on polysilicon imports linked to Hoshine Silicon Industry. Reports indicate that solar modules have already been detained by customs officials at US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). What impact is this having on construction of new projects? How should project sponsors approach the issue and how are suppliers dealing with the WRO?