7th National

Export Controls & Global Trade Compliance

Friday, April 23, 2004

About

With the ongoing war on terrorism, mounting concerns about weapons of mass destruction, and new laws and regulations in the export arena, there has been a dramatic increase in government inquiry and enforcement regarding goods, technology and services shipped abroad. In this highly sensitive environment it is imperative that companies involved in international business activities are completely up to date on the past year's developments and the latest initiatives. With huge penalties for violations, potential criminal and civil liability for executives, and the possibility of the dreaded Denial Order, the costs of not being fully informed are extraordinary.

American Conference Institute's 7th National Export Controls publication was specifically developed to provide you with an in-depth update on the most crucial issues in export controls and economic sanctions today. It brought together an outstanding panel of officials from the Departments of Commerce, Justice, State and Treasury, the Customs Service, distinguished attorneys, and knowledgeable in-house counsel and compliance managers from ABB Lummus, General Electric, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Raytheon, SAIC and Vastera. They provided expert information on:

  • The latest compliance regulations for electronic commerce, encryption, and software
  • How investigations and enforcement initiatives are changing the rules concerning executive liability
  • How to comply with ITAR licensing compliance requirements when dealing with the Department of State
  • The latest considerations and policies for Dual Use items
  • Using AES and DDTC electronic reporting
  • Re-exportation and the ensuing compliance responsibilities
  • The proliferation of list-based controls
  • Export due diligence for mergers and acquisitions

Contents & Contributors

About

With the ongoing war on terrorism, mounting concerns about weapons of mass destruction, and new laws and regulations in the export arena, there has been a dramatic increase in government inquiry and enforcement regarding goods, technology and services shipped abroad. In this highly sensitive environment it is imperative that companies involved in international business activities are completely up to date on the past year's developments and the latest initiatives. With huge penalties for violations, potential criminal and civil liability for executives, and the possibility of the dreaded Denial Order, the costs of not being fully informed are extraordinary.

American Conference Institute's 7th National Export Controls publication was specifically developed to provide you with an in-depth update on the most crucial issues in export controls and economic sanctions today. It brought together an outstanding panel of officials from the Departments of Commerce, Justice, State and Treasury, the Customs Service, distinguished attorneys, and knowledgeable in-house counsel and compliance managers from ABB Lummus, General Electric, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Raytheon, SAIC and Vastera. They provided expert information on:

  • The latest compliance regulations for electronic commerce, encryption, and software
  • How investigations and enforcement initiatives are changing the rules concerning executive liability
  • How to comply with ITAR licensing compliance requirements when dealing with the Department of State
  • The latest considerations and policies for Dual Use items
  • Using AES and DDTC electronic reporting
  • Re-exportation and the ensuing compliance responsibilities
  • The proliferation of list-based controls
  • Export due diligence for mergers and acquisitions

Contents & Contributors

RECENT LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS IN EXPORT CONTROL
Rochelle E. Stern, U.S. Department of the Treasury

EXPORT CONTROL JURISDICTION COMMERCE AND STATE DEPARTMENTS
Marynell DeVaughn, Raytheon Company

ITAR CONTROLS: THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS
Mike Richey, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company

AES CHANGES IMPACT!
Paul DiVecchio, DiVecchio & Associate

U.S. CONSUS BUREAU MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF AES
Gerard Horner, U.S. Department of Commerce

CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION
Robert Rawls, U.S. Customs Service

EXPORT CONTROLS ON TECHNOLOGY: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO HARDEST PROBLEMS
Larry E. Christensen, Vastera, Inc.
Ben H. Flowe, Jr., Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe L.L.P.

U.S. EXPORT COMPLIANCE GUIDE FOR EXPORT CONTROLS GLOBAL TRADE COMPLIANCE
Ben H. Flowe, Jr., Berliner, Concoran & Rowe L.L.P.

TEN COMMANDMENTS OF DEALING WITH OFAC
Thomas E. Crocker, Alston Bird L.L.P.

OFAC LICENSING AN INSIDE PERSPECTIVE
John Pisa-Relli, Office of Foreign Assets Control U.S. Department of Treasury

STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING THE EXPORT OF DUAL USE ITEMS
Don Fischer, PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P.

DUE DILIGENCE AND COMPANY BACKGROUND RESEARCH TO ESTABLISH THE BONA FIDES OF PARTIES INDENTIFIED IN EXPORT LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Carol A. Kalinoski, Carol A. Kalinoski & Associates, P.C.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
Tom B. McVey, Williams Mullen Clark & Dobbins P.C.

EXPORT CONTROL ISSUES IN MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
Tom B. McVey, Williams Mullen Clark & Dobbins P.C.

U.S. EXPORT CONTROLS ON GLOBAL TRANSACTIONS
Jim Bartlett, Northrop Grunman Corporation
William Clements, General Electric Corporation
Tom B. McVey, Williams Mullen Clark & Dobbins P.C.

EXPORT COMPLIANCE
Paul DiVecchio, DiVecchio & Associate

STRUCTURING A WORLD-CLASS COMPLIANCE PROGRAM
Laura K. Kennedy, Global Compliance Honeywell International Inc.

INVESTIGATIONS, PENALTIES AND ENFORCEMENT: URRENT ISSUES THAT WILL IMPACT YOUR EXPORT COMPLIANCE PROGRAM
F. Amanda DeBusk, Miller & Chevalier

ENFORCEMENT TRENDS: THE OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRADE CONTROLS COMPLIANCE DIRECTORATE OF DEFENSE TRADE CONTROLS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Philip S. Rhoads, Attorney at Law

OVERVIEW OF U.S. TRADE EMBARGOES
Nicholas F. Coward, Baker & McKenzie

AVOIDING IMPUTED LIABILITY FOR EXPORT VIOLATIONS POST MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Mark C. Joye, Baker & Hostetler L.L.P.

INTERNATIONAL TRADE DUE DILIGENCE IN MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Edward Rubinoff, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

INTRODUCTION TO U.S. EXPORT CONTROLS AN OVERVIEW FOR MANAGERS FEATURING "SIX SIMPLE STEPS TO EXPORT COMPLIANCE"
Renate Schurig, ABB Lummus Global Inc.
Tom McVey, Williams Mullen Clark & Dobbins P.C.
Jim Bartlett, Northrop Grumman Corporation

LICENSING MAGIC: A COMPLETE GUIDE TO OBTAINING EXPORT LICENSES
Josephine Aiello LeBeau, Miller & Chevalier

COMMERCE EXPORT CONTROL OVERVIEW
Marynell DeVaughn, Raytheon Company



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