Basics of Exporting: Understanding U.S. Regulatory Requirements
Webinar: 1.5 CES Credits
As companies continue to increase their focus on the opportunities presented in global markets, the government agencies responsible for export compliance are also increasing their scrutiny of U.S. exports. This webinar will review U.S. export laws and regulations, with a primary focus on the Commerce Department's Export Administration Regulations, the State Department's International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Treasury Department's Foreign Assets Control Regulations. It will also provide a general introduction to the different agencies that exercise jurisdiction over certain financial transactions and the export/reexport of commodities, software and technology from the United States.
- U.S. export control regimes
- commodity jurisdiction and classification of items for export or reexport
- export screening (restricted parties, embargoed/sanctioned countries, end-use, red flags, and anti-boycott)
- complying with the EAR's deemed export rule
- understanding OFAC’s economic sanctions and embargo programs
- consequences of non-compliance
- update on Export Control Reform Initiative
- keys to implementing an effective export compliance program
Donna Bade is a member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and manages the firm’s Chicago office. She focuses her practice on import and export trade law, trade regulations and customs law, regulatory law and transportation law.
Erin Clark serves as an Export Compliance Senior Manager for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and is based in San Diego, Calif. Her technical background includes advising clients on the regulatory requirements applicable to the export and reexport of dual-use commodities, technology and software subject to the EAR and defense articles, services and technical data subject to the ITAR. She also has extensive industry experience as a trade compliance professional for multinational companies and defense contractors in the Fortune Global 500.