Export Controls & Trade Sanctions Seminar: How to Comply with Dual-Use and Defense Article/Services Regulations and Trade Sanctions

Please join us for a practical, interactive, and application-oriented session regarding:

  • U.S. Export Controls (ITAR and EAR): Overview and Recent Developments
  • U.S. Trade Sanctions (OFAC): Russia, Cuba, Iran, and Other Emerging Areas of Concern
  • Software Exports: Encryption Controls under the EAR
  • Jurisdiction and Classification
  • Industry Panel: A Discussion on Export Control Compliance Challenges and Initiatives
  • Export Compliance Programs: Required Elements and Best Practices
  • A Case Study: Export Violations, Voluntary Disclosures, and Remediation


Agenda: THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018 | 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Government and Industry Speakers Include:
Naomi Morrow | Special Agent, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, Office of Export Enforcement
Benjamin O. Barron | FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jason Prince | Holland & Hart LLP
Gwen Green | Holland & Hart LLP
Lizbeth Rodriguez-Johnson | Holland & Hart LLP
Brett Ruff | Holland & Hart LLP

Registration:
$50/person (includes breakfast, lunch, and materials)
Registration Deadline | May 7, 2018
(space is limited)

Location: HOLLAND & HART LLP, 800 W. MAIN STREET, SUITE 1750, BOISE, ID 83702

Questions? Please contact Amy Benson | Director, U.S. Commercial Service Idaho | U.S. Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration | Office: 208.364.7791 | Amy.Benson@trade.gov

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