Coping with U.S. Export Controls 2012
It is more important than ever for companies to stay on top of export control and sanctions developments in the United States and other countries. Companies must be aware of their obligations under existing laws and regulations, the risks they currently face, and those they may face in the future. Implementing and strengthening compliance programs is an increasingly important priority. For over twenty years, PLI's Coping with U.S. Export Controls has been the go-to program on trade control laws and regulations. The program enables attendees to "get inside" export controls through give-and-take among key officials from the government agencies that regulate exports, experienced company managers and top lawyers in the field.
Attendees of this two day program, co-chaired by Pillsbury's Christopher Wall will learn:
- Export control reform: scope, status and implementation at Commerce, State and Defense
- Sanctions policy: Iran, Syria, Sudan, Burma and Cuba
- International sanctions developments
- The State Department's proposed brokering rule
- New developments in Department of Energy export controls
- "Knowledge" and end-use controls for China
- Enforcement and voluntary disclosures: penalties and enforcement policies
- Compliance programs: how to design and implement an effective and efficient system
For more information and to register, please visit PLI.