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On December 7, Taft’s partner Dr. Sohan Dasgupta addressed world leaders gathered in the US Congress. His speech was entitled “The Promise of the Free World.” Dasgupta was hosted by members of the US House of Representatives, US Senators, and several members of the Congressional Information Security Forum.
Dasgupta discussed sanctions, export controls, the Commission on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), Team Telecom, enforcement actions, investigations, and other actions taken by US and Western governments. He followed the business and technology aspects of his 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning in the coming decades. Dasgupta’s participation supported the client’s work in these and related spaces.
Dasgupta’s audience included U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, Prime Ministers, Cabinet Ministers, Ambassadors, Members of the European Parliament, Members of Parliament and Members of Parliament, other government officials, executives and other celebrities . In the world.
Dasgupta said: Unprecedented speed and scale. And 5G will be forced to deal with equally difficult risks. “
“Economic security is national security. And technological control is economic control, which has serious implications for national security. [concerning a thoughtful approach
to 5G], in fact, is to protect the very structure of what sets us free. “
Dasgupta said of the competition for technological superiority among the world’s superpowers:[T]The rapid and massive technological changes we are currently facing (many of which are under the aegis of 5G) and government responses to them imply a free flow of information. And it is this new frontier that will determine the future of the free world. “
U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, other U.S. government officials, foreign leaders and prominent business executives also spoke at the Intelligence Summit, held at the Dirksen Senate Building in Washington, DC.
Dasgupta is a strategic and experienced problem solver, representing clients before the United States Supreme Court, federal and state courts of appeals, courts of first instance, government agencies, state legislatures, and legislatures. His practice includes court and appellate litigation, public law, investigations (including congressional, regulatory, and internal), regulatory and compliance matters, and international disputes (including international trade and international arbitration). Previously, he served as Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Special Counsel for the U.S. Department of Education.
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