Clark Hill Attorney Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr. to Moderate Panel at Meridian International Center Cultural Diplomacy Forum
Clark Hill Attorney Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr. will moderate at a panel at the Meridian International Center Cuba Cultural Diplomacy Forum on Thursday, June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. The topic of the discussion will be “Prospects for economic development through entrepreneurship and cultural tourism.” Meridian International Center’s annual Cultural Diplomacy Forum brings together government and cultural leaders with economic experts and the business community to examine the role of soft power in international relations. Speakers and a series of panel discussions will explore prospects for economic development through entrepreneurship and policies and initiatives that promote cultural tourism; analyze the need to balance economic growth opportunities with cultural heritage and historic preservation activities; and illustrate the use of cultural and educational exchanges to showcase life and society in Cuba.
Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr is an Associate in Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs Practice and Co-Chair of the firm’s Cuba Practice. In this role, Carlos provides counsel to companies and individuals seeking to maneuver the legislative and regulatory intersection between government and business.
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