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Export Privileges Suspended for Unlicensed Exports

Thursday, January 31, 2019
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Bureau of Industry and Security has issued separate orders suspending the export privileges of individuals convicted of the following crimes. BIS has also revoked all licenses in which these individuals had an interest at the time of their convictions.

- ten-year suspension for knowingly, intentionally, and willfully exporting microelectronics and power amplifiers to Russia without the required licenses (individual previously sentenced to 120 months in prison and a $1,900 assessment and forfeited more than $500,000 in criminal proceeds)

- seven-year suspension for attempting to willfully and knowingly export ammunition to Mexico without the required license (individual previously sentenced to 46 months in prison and a $100 assessment and placed on the State Department’s Debarred List)

- five-year suspension for knowingly and intentionally exporting microelectronics to Russia without the required licenses (individual previously sentenced to 36 months in prison and a $400 assessment)

- seven-year suspension for knowingly exporting firearms to Mexico without the required licenses (individual previously sentenced to 36 months in prison and a $100 assessment)

- ten-year suspension for conspiring to knowingly and willfully export rifles to Mexico without the required licenses (individual previously sentenced to 96 months in prison and a $200 assessment)

- ten-year suspension for knowingly and willfully aiding and abetting the export of rifles to Mexico without the required licenses (individual previously sentenced to 38 months in prison and a $100 assessment)

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