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NEW!! World Congress 2013 sessions available in on demand format.

Obligations for U.S. Contractors Working With or Selling to Foreign Nationals

Authors/Speakers:
Lindsey Nelson, Nixon Peabody LLP
D. Grayson Yeargin, Nixon Peabody LLP

Abstract:

Did you know that you or your product do not even have to leave the country to trigger U.S. export control regulations (and the potential millions of dollars in penalties)? Many pieces of software and technology used every day by contractors around the country are controlled under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). If you employ any foreign nationals, have site visits from any foreign customers, or participate in trade shows (domestic or international), you could be subjecting yourself to liability under the “deemed export” regulations in the EAR and the ITAR. This session will show you why export control compliance is no longer just for high-tech defense contractors anymore. Learn the basics of export controls, including an overview of the EAR and ITAR, and hear answers to questions concerning exports that occur right here at home. Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

Topic: International Contracting

Session Date: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

CPEs/CLPs Earned: 1.00

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