8. 2013 ITAR Enforcement Cases: Impact & Implications

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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 above.

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