Coping with U.S. Export Controls

December 11, 2006 - December 12, 2006
Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

Why You Should Attend

Coping with U.S. Export Controls has enjoyed twenty years of success and popularity by enabling attendees to "get inside" export controls through give-and-take between key policy and operational officials from the several government agencies involved and experienced company managers and lawyers. Policy developments are discussed and implications for the future are explored.

U.S. economic sanctions and trade controls reach much more than conventional "exports." To protect against costly compliance lapses,
companies must extend export control know-how beyond the logistics staff to the engineers, sales force, and top management. This program will illustrate the extensive (and sometimes obscure) impact of controls, both on U.S. and overseas operations.

What You Will Learn

  • "Munitions" and "dual-use" - determining agency jurisdiction
  • Best practices for compliance
  • Due diligence for end use controls
  • Guidance for executives - how to avoid facilitation

Who Should Attend

Attorneys from law firms and law departments, counsel and managers from companies selling consumer, high-tech, and defense products, banks, carriers, and trade logistics firms.

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Meet the Speakers

John P. Barker
Arnold & Porter
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