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  1. Opportunities and Risks from New Cuba Rules
As you consider the opportunities that new U.S. trade and travel policies for Cuba could offer you, it's important that you also understand what rules have changed and what restrictions remain in place for American exporters. Since President Obama renewed relations with Cuba and subsequent to his recent trip there, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) have issued a series of new liberalization measures. To help you navigate these complex new rules, The Export Practitioner is sponsoring a timely 90-minute audio-conference briefing featuring two trade and legal experts who will explain how you can benefit from these major regulatory changes, what conditions come with them, what trade remains prohibited and how your export compliance program needs to be updated to avoid remaining pitfalls. Our speakers are: Ronald Meltzer, Senior Counsel, WilmerHale, and Greta Lichtenbaum, Partner, O'Melveny & Myers. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  2. Fitting the Consolidated Screening List into Your Export Compliance System
Created in February 2010 as part of Export Control Reform, the Consolidated Screening List (CSL) was enhanced in November 2014 to provide a one-stop place for you to check government lists. The CSL consolidates 11 export screening lists from Commerce, State and Treasury into a single data feed. You can either integrate the source code into your existing screening software or access the data through a web-based search tool. To help you navigate this complex system, The Export Practitioner is sponsoring a timely 90-minute audio-conference briefing featuring three Commerce officials directly involved in developing the screening search tool. The live briefing on June 17, 2015, features Gerry Horner, director, Office of Technology Evaluation (OTE) at Bureau of Industry and Security, Yvette Springer, trade and industry analyst at OTE, and Stuart Ridgway, a senior consultant with the International Trade Administration. To order CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  3. Enforcement Trends After Export Control Deregulation
How will export enforcement change as a result of the Obama administration's export control reform initiative? Agency officials have largely sidestepped this critical issue in discussing their plans. But if your products and technology are moving from control under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) this should be a vital concern for you. This timely audio-conference briefing will feature a veteran export control litigator and a former national security prosecutor who have closely followed the evolution of export enforcement policies and cases and have already seen the emerging export enforcement trends that you will face after reforms are fully implemented and the risks that export control deregulation pose. Our speakers are: Steven W. Pelak and J. Triplett Mackintosh, partners at Holland & Hart law firm. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  4. New and Coming Changes to EU Export Controls and Trade Sanctions
This timely briefing will give you a comprehensive look at current export controls imposed at the EU and national level; recent significant changes to these requirements; how European firms are dealing with changes to U.S. export controls; what reforms the EC proposed April 24 to address the conflicts and confusion in EU licensing requirements; and the latest trends in enforcement of EU controls and trade sanctions related to crisis in Ukraine and Iran. Our featured speakers are three experts on EU export controls: Partner Sunny Mann and Associate James Robinson, from the London office of Baker & McKenzie, LLP, and David Hayes, Director, David Hayes - Export Control. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  5. Coping with New Trade Sanctions Against Russia and Ukraine
How can you deal with economic and trade sanctions the U.S., European Union, and other governments have imposed against individuals and entities in Russia and Ukraine in response to Russia's annexation of Crimea and other events in Ukraine? Exporters, finance executives and foreign investors need to understand the key features of these restrictions as volatile conditions in the region rapidly develop and new, tougher sanctions could come if the situation deteriorates. This timely briefing will provide you with practical information for meeting these new legal and business challenges, protecting your markets and investments, and avoiding violations and possible costly penalties. Our speakers are Washington and Brussels-based trade law practitioners who are closely following both U.S. and EU sanctions developments and advising their clients on compliance. Featuring: David Levine, Raymond Paretzky and Jay Eizenstat, partners, McDermott Will & Emery, Washington DC; Andrea Hamilton, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, Brussels and David Henry, Senior Associate, McDermott Will & Emery, Brussels. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  6. Transitioning from ITAR License Exemptions to EAR License Exceptions
With thousands of items being transferred from the USML to CCL's 600 series, you need to know how your transferred products will be treated by Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) compared to State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) and how their rules differ. This timely audio-conference briefing will give you a detailed look at the EAR license exceptions that will be available for USML items moved to the 600 series and whether or not you can use EAR exceptions to replace the ITAR license exemptions you previously used. It will guide you through the opportunities and restrictions you will face using EAR exceptions instead of ITAR exemptions. Our three speakers are experts on export laws and regulations, with hands-on experience in the use of both ITAR exemptions and EAR exceptions and the new world of export control reforms. Featuring: Margaret M. Gatti, Partner; Marynell DeVaughn, Of Counsel and Louis Rothberg, Of Counsel, Morgan Lewis's International Trade and Economic Sanctions Practice. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  7. Tales Behind the Tales of Export Enforcement Cases
The primary export enforcement agency in the U.S. government may be one you have not heard of -- Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). As the investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security, HSI is responsible for the majority of significant U.S. export investigations prosecuted by the Justice Department. This timely audio-conference will give you a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into a successful investigation, prosecution or settlement. HSI investigators will discuss some of the agency's most successful, high-profile export enforcement cases, including the government's settlement with United Technologies Corporation. Our speakers are current and former HSI officials who will provide you with a candid, detailed view of the agency's work and what you need to know when dealing with HSI. Featuring: William Argue, Unit Chief; Christopher Tafe, Supervisory Special Agent; Kenneth MacDonald, Retired Unit Chief; and Timothy Gildea, Retired Supervisory Special Agent, HSI Counter-Proliferation Investigations Unit. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  8. 2013 ITAR Enforcement Cases: Impact & Implications
So far this year, State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) has imposed more than $40 million in civil fines on defense exporters for alleged violations of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).  As part of its consent agreements with Raytheon, Aeroflex and Meggitt-USA, DDTC has also required the firms to take extensive and costly remedial steps to prevent future violations. With this timely and detailed briefing you will hear what two seasoned export compliance and legal experts see as the practical impact and implications of these cases and what you can learn from them.  Our speakers will dig deep into the details of the DDTC draft charging letters and consent agreements to highlight the mistakes you need and want to avoid and what remedial actions DDTC will expect, if you do face potential complaints, investigations and settlements. Featuring: Phil Rhoads, Partner, Rhoads & Reed, PLLC and John Priecko, President and Managing Partner, Trade Compliance Solutions. To order a CD recording and speaker PowerPoints, add to cart below.

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  9. Technology Transfer After Export Control Reforms
One of the most challenging elements of export control reform (ECR) for industry, universities and the research community will be dealing with the transition of controls over technology and technical data.  How will technical data and technology now tied to articles on the U.S. Munitions List (USML) be regulated after those articles are transferred to the Commerce Control List (CCL)?  What controls and restrictions have to be applied to technical data that was under the USML but now is under the CCL?  What happens when there is mixture of USML and CCL technology involved?  How will Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA) and Manufacturing Licensing Agreements (MLAs) need to be amended? When will USML controls lapse and what new controls will be applied to technology transferred to the new 600 series on the CCL?  This timely audio-conference briefing will address these and many more questions about future export controls on technology, which foreign nationals will have access to such technology and the deadlines for implementing these changes.  Our speakers are experts on the new rules and how Commerce and State intend to regulate this vital area: Thomas DeFee, Branch Head - Munitions Licensing, BIS Munitions Control Division and Steven Brotherton, partner, Export Controls Practice Group, Fragomen Worldwide. To receive a CD recording of this program and accompanying PowerPoint slides, please click Add to Cart below.

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  Avoiding the Risks of Antiboycott Violations
If your firm is among the many U.S. companies that are seeing major growth in your exports to the Middle East, then you know the risks you face dealing with the Arab League boycott of Israel and the double set of complex and burdensome Antiboycott Regulations enforced by the Bureau of Industry and Security and the Treasury Department. Even if you avoid penalties, you still must establish and maintain a costly compliance program to prevent even inadvertent acceptance of boycott conditions in tenders, letters of credit and contracts and to report boycott-related requests to BIS and the IRS. This timely 90-minute audio-conference will provide you with a basic introduction to the requirements of both BIS and Treasury antiboycott rules and new options you can use to avoid violations when you receive a request to comply with the boycott. Our featured speakers are Ned Weant, Director of the Office of Antiboycott Compliance in the Bureau of Industry and Security of the Commerce Department, and David Joy, Senior Counsel in the Office of the General Counsel of the Treasury Department. To receive a CD recording of this briefing and speaker PowerPoints, just click Add to Cart below.


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