Export Controls Compliance and Anti-Discrimination Laws
What should companies dealing with export-controlled items do to ensure compliance with both the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and applicable U.S. export control laws?
In our latest Critical Compliance video, partner Soo-Mi Rhee discusses export controls and how they interact with anti-discrimination laws, highlighting best practices from the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division’s fact sheet.
U.S. export control laws prohibit certain goods, technology, and data from non-U.S. persons; however, the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) prevents hiring decisions based on citizenship. Companies must navigate this dual challenge and follow certain steps to stay in compliance.
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