SAVE $29 when you Register for Both Export Control Courses
Credit: 5.0 Credit Hours
Introduction to Export Controls (Wednesday, January 9, 2013)
A basic understanding of U.S. export controls and trade sanctions is critical for all attorneys advising companies that deal with customers, business partners, or affiliates located in other countries. Such knowledge is also important for those involved in the shipment of products or the transfer of controlled technology across national boundaries. In recent years, the U.S. government has elevated the attention it gives to compliance with U.S. export controls and trade sanctions as evidenced by increased audit and enforcement activities, along with increased fines and penalties. This class will provide a basic understanding of the key statutes and regulations, administrative procedures, and players involved in the regulation of U.S. companies (and sometimes their foreign affiliates) that engage in exports, re-exports, “deemed” exports (foreign nationals), or other activities involving foreign trade and business.
Export Controls and Economic Sanctions 2013: Recent Developments and Current Issues (Monday, February 11, 2013) This course will focus on current “hot” topic issues, such as developments under the Administration's Export Control Reform Initiative including the proposed “600” Series that migrates certain items from the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to the Commerce Control List; changes to U.S. trade sanctions and embargo programs in light of global political events, particularly in Burma/Myanmar, Iran, Libya and Syria; and changes to the ITAR rules pursuant to implementation of the Defense Cooperation Treaty between the United States and the United Kingdom. The course will enhance the attendees' understanding of the U.S. dual-use and munitions export control programs and the economic sanctions regimes. A basic understanding of the various U.S. export control and economic sanctions programs or attendance at the Introduction to Export Controls class (offered on January 9th) is recommended.
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street NW
(Nearest Metro Stop: Metro Center 12th Street)
Washington DC 20005
- CLE Program 202-626-3488
- Carol Kalinoski, Carol A. Kalinoski & Associates Inc.
- Thomas Scott, Ladner & Associates PC
- CLE Credit
Administrative Law and Agency Practice Section $149.00
Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section $149.00
D.C. Bar Members $169.00
Government Attorneys $189.00
International Law Section $149.00