Nota Bene Episode 60: My Two Cents: European Commission Updates, U.S.-China Trade War, International Judgment Enforcement, Transformative Blockchain Technologies, and Preventing Organizational Crises


In this recap episode, host Michael Cohen is extracting the valuable lessons shared by our guests in the prior 5 episodes. He offers his two cents about the practical advice shared by our guests to help the C-Suite understand the legal, political, and economic underpinnings impacting the 21st intercontinental business landscape in which they operate.

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In Episodes 55, we checked in with our resident European Union affairs experts, Oliver Heinisch and Isabelle Rahman. They updated us on the new European Commissioner and her proposed plans for the upcoming term. Isabelle and Oliver also reflected on the European Commission’s prior five-year term and their notable achievements.

In Episode 56, we shared a replay of a prior conversation with Scott Maberry about the U.S. trade war with China. We explored whether anything has truly changed between the U.S. and China and what impact the trade war has had on the U.S. economy.

In Episode 57, we shed light on the oft-convoluted world of international judgment enforcement with Neil Popovic. Neil discussed the various must-knows for any multinational doing business in multiple jurisdictions.

In Episode 58, Jim Gatto joined Michael to talk about cryptocurrency and the use of blockchain technologies in various areas of business conduct such as supply chains and contracts. Jim also covered security token offerings, stable coins, and U.S. Federal regulations embracing cryptocurrencies.

In Episode 59, we turned to organizational integrity and solving reputational threat with Jonathan Aronie, David Douglass, and Joseph Jay. We explored how organizations can develop and use tools to define and protect their values. We also dove into how organizations can prevent or deal with a reputational crisis.


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