9. Technology Transfer After Export Control Reforms

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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 Technology 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. The live briefing will take place on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, at 2:00pm (Eastern). To receive a CD recording of this program and accompanying PowerPoint slides, please click Add to Cart above.

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