J. Nicole Bivens Collinson
President, International Trade & Government Relations
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Labor Provisions in the USMCA
The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which takes effect July 1, reflects significant changes to the labor provisions in U.S. free trade agreements and adds several new mechanisms. For example, the USMCA allows on-site verification visits in all three parties and establishes a new rapid response mechanism to ensure a speedy response to labor violation allegations. The USMCA implementing bill also establishes a new U.S. Interagency Labor Committee for Monitoring and Enforcement, which was created in April. This webinar explains the labor-related changes in the USMCA and what impact they may have on companies doing business in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
- USMCA textual changes
- implementing legislation changes
- the labor board, the task force, and the rapid response mechanism
- verification process
- remedy options for violations
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