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About The Webinar

New restrictions have been imposed on exports to Chinese telecom giant Huawei and 68 of its foreign affiliates, and other limitations on exports of information and communications technology and services could be on the horizon. In addition, the Trump administration is constantly revising U.S. economic sanctions against foreign countries and entities.

These and similar actions highlight the need for companies to have a robust, global export screening program that facilitates compliance with U.S. sanctions, laws, and regulations. This webinar will review the essentials of developing and implementing such a program as well as related challenges, including the “50 percent rule” enforced by the Office of Foreign Assets Control.

Speakers

Kristine Pirnia

Member, Export Controls & Sanctions Practice Leader
202-730-4964 kpirnia@strtrade.com

Kristine Pirnia is a Member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and leads its Export Controls and Sanctions Practice. She is based in San Diego and is an accomplished professional and leader with extensive experience in export controls, sanctions and anti-bribery related matters such as program development, internal investigations and training both within corporations and in private practice.

202-730-4964 kpirnia@strtrade.com

Joshua L. Rodman

Senior Associate
305-894-1012 jrodman@strtrade.com

Joshua Rodman is a Senior Associate with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Miami office, and a member of its Customs, Import and Export Controls and Sanctions Practices. Mr. Rodman advises and counsels businesses on the wide range of issues that arise when goods or ideas are imported into or exported out of the United States.

305-894-1012 jrodman@strtrade.com

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