Export Control 201: Mastering the Export Administration Regulations
Webinar: 1 CES Credit
Most products, software, and technology exported from the United States are subject to the Export Administration Regulations, which are administered and enforced by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security. Understanding how to navigate the EAR and their extensive jurisdictional reach is critical to doing business successfully in the global market. And as recent penalty cases show, it’s especially important for foreign companies to understand how and when they must comply with the EAR.
Designed for both novices and experienced exporters needing a refresher on EAR requirements, this webinar details the essential tools for mastering the EAR.
- overview of U.S. export control system and the reach of the EAR
- classifying hardware, software, and technology with confidence
- export screening requirements: complying with country, end-user, and end-use restrictions
- determining license requirements and making the most out of license exceptions
- addressing the complexities of the deemed export rules
- how to handle AES and EEI filing requirements
- export record retention: what you need to keep and for how long
- consequences for non-compliance and considerations for mitigation
- key elements of a best-in-class export compliance program
JENNA GLASS is a senior export controls advisor for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the San Francisco office. She focuses on Export Administration Regulations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions matters, including the development and implementation of compliance programs, export and deemed export licensing, investigations and enforcement matters, and related counseling and advice.
STEVEN BROTHERTON is a Member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the San Francisco office, and leads its Export Controls and Sanctions Practice. A leading authority on U.S. export control matters, Mr. Brotherton counsels a wide variety of clients, from Fortune 50 companies to mid-size companies to start-ups, on export control laws and regulations. Mr. Brotherton’s practice encompasses advising on the requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and sanctions regulations administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).