International Technology Transfers

Monday, September 22, 2008

About

The U.S. Government imposes the most comprehensive and far-reaching technology export restrictions in the world. They control the export and re-export of technology, software, technical assistance and services of U.S. origin and foreign-origin technology or software. These controls affect the release of technical data or software source code to foreign nationals in the U.S. and abroad, electronic transmission of technical data or software, and hand-carried technical data, software, samples, parts, professional equipment and delivery of services.

Enforcement officials are vigorously pursuing technology transfer violations and non-compliance can be more costly than ever before - multi-million dollar criminal and civil penalties, imprisonment and trade embargoes by U.S. authorities. You cannot afford to run afoul of export controls regulations. Your business could be at stake.

The American Conference Institute's publication from the 4th National Forum on International Technology Transfers is a must-have for export controls compliance executives and their advisers. You will have an invaluable opportunity to share best practices with industry experts. Senior in-house, government and private practice experts will provide you with updates, legal analysis and practical tools for overcoming your most complex challenges. Key topics will include:

  • Reconciling deemed export/re-export restrictions with anti-discrimination and privacy laws
  • Implementing effective IT & physical controls for limiting employee and visitor access
  • Updates on enforcement, prosecution and investigations of tech transfer cases
  • Offshore outsourcing of tech support, R & D and software development: How to protect intangibles
  • Complying with encryption requirements and preparing for new regulations
  • Structuring your internal technology controls compliance program: Minimizing the risk of heightened penalties
  • Globalizing Your U.S. technology compliance program: Ensuring compliance of foreign affiliates and subsidiaries

Contents & Contributors

About

The U.S. Government imposes the most comprehensive and far-reaching technology export restrictions in the world. They control the export and re-export of technology, software, technical assistance and services of U.S. origin and foreign-origin technology or software. These controls affect the release of technical data or software source code to foreign nationals in the U.S. and abroad, electronic transmission of technical data or software, and hand-carried technical data, software, samples, parts, professional equipment and delivery of services.

Enforcement officials are vigorously pursuing technology transfer violations and non-compliance can be more costly than ever before - multi-million dollar criminal and civil penalties, imprisonment and trade embargoes by U.S. authorities. You cannot afford to run afoul of export controls regulations. Your business could be at stake.

The American Conference Institute's publication from the 4th National Forum on International Technology Transfers is a must-have for export controls compliance executives and their advisers. You will have an invaluable opportunity to share best practices with industry experts. Senior in-house, government and private practice experts will provide you with updates, legal analysis and practical tools for overcoming your most complex challenges. Key topics will include:

  • Reconciling deemed export/re-export restrictions with anti-discrimination and privacy laws
  • Implementing effective IT & physical controls for limiting employee and visitor access
  • Updates on enforcement, prosecution and investigations of tech transfer cases
  • Offshore outsourcing of tech support, R & D and software development: How to protect intangibles
  • Complying with encryption requirements and preparing for new regulations
  • Structuring your internal technology controls compliance program: Minimizing the risk of heightened penalties
  • Globalizing Your U.S. technology compliance program: Ensuring compliance of foreign affiliates and subsidiaries

Contents & Contributors

NATIONAL ORIGIN AND CITIZENSHIP IN THE HIRING PROCESS: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN DEEMED EXPORTS AND THE ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAWS
Stephen R. Roberti, MPC Products Corporation (Skokie, IL)

THE IMPACT OF EU DATA PRIVACY AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAWS
Ruth Boardman, Bird & Bird (London, UK)

RECONCILING DEEMED EXPORT CONTROLS WITH ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AND PRIVACY LAWS
Steven K. Brotherton, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy (San Francisco, CA)

COORDINATING WORK VISA PROCESSING WITH EXPORT CONTROL LICENSING FOR FOREIGN NATIONAL EMPLOYEES
Ron Rose, Rose Carson Kaplan Choi & White LLP (Palo Alto, CA)

FOREIGN NATIONALS: RECONCILING DEEMED EXPORT AND RE-EXPORT CONTROLS WITH ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AND PRIVACY LAWS
Michael A. Lutz, Google (Mountain View, CA)

IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE IT & PHYSICAL CONTROLS: MANAGING EMPLOYEE AND VISITOR ACCESS
Jeff Rittener, Intel Corporation (Santa Clara, CA)
Patrick Knaggs, Intel Corporation

ENFORCEMENT TRENDS, PLANS AND PRIORITIES: THE AFTERMATH OF HEIGHTENED PENALTIES
Julie Salcido, U.S. Department of Commerce

OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING OF TECH SUPPORT, R & D AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT: HOW TO PROTECT INTANGIBLES
Kathleen Lockard Palma, General Electric (Washington, DC)
Joseph A. Vicario, Jr., Texas Instruments (Dallas, TX)
Beth Peters, Hogan & Hartson LLP (Washington, DC)

COMPLIANCE CHALLENGES IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
Joseph A. Vicario, Jr., Texas Instruments (Dallas, TX)

VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURES
John R. Liebman, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
(Los Angeles, CA/Washington, DC)

TRAINING FOR TECHNOLOGY CONTROLS COMPLIANCE
Nancy Boughton, Varian Medical Systems, Inc. (Palo Alto, CA)

CONDUCTING RISK ASSESSMENTS
Deborah S. Gille, GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms (Charlottesville, VA)

TECHNOLOGY CONTROLS FOR COLLABORATIVE IT ENVIRONMENTS
Lisa M. Palluconi, IBM Corporation (Washington, DC)

STRENGTHENING YOUR INTERNAL TECHNOLOGY CONTROLS COMPLIANCE PLAN
Josephine Aiello LeBeau, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (Washington, DC)

ENCRYPTION CONTROLS: COMPLYING WITH COMPLEX REQUIREMENTS ACI INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS
Daniel M. Fisher-Owens, Corcoran & Rowe LLP (San Francisco, CA)

TCP/TTCP COMPLIANCE
Lawrence R. Fink, SAIC (McLean, VA)

DRAFTING EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY CONTROL PLANS UNDER THE EAR
Lydia McClure, Applied Materials Inc. (Santa Clara, CA)

MANAGING U.S. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS IN A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE
David Broyles, Meggitt PLC (Simi Valley, CA)

IMPLEMENTING A TECHNOLOGY EXPORT COMPLIANCE PROGRAM IN LENOVO, A “NEW” GLOBAL CORPORATION
Phil Shellhaas, Lenovo China

THE PROBLEM WITH DEFENSE SERVICES: WHEN DOES THE PUBLIC DOMAIN BECOMES LICENSABLE? CAN DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ACTUALLY BE LEVERAGED IN THE COMMERCIAL SECTOR?
William L. Clements, Miller & Chevalier (Washington, DC)

NOT ALL CHANGE IS GOOD: PROPOSED MANDATORY DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS
Jacob B. Pankowski, Greenberg Traurig, LLP (Washington, DC)



DOCUMENT TYPES: PPT PDF PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE: 22

8:00
Registration Begins and Continental Breakfast
9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
Mr. Michael A. Lutz
Director, Global Trade Compliance
Google Inc.
Ms. Josephine Aiello LeBeau
Partner
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati LLP
9:15
Foreign Nationals: Reconciling Deemed Export and Re-Export Controls with Anti-Discrimination and Privacy Laws
Mr. Stephen. R Roberti
Vice President‚ General Counsel
MPC Products Corporation
1 file
Roberti.S
235 KB 19 pages Presentation
PPT - Roberti.S
Ms. Ruth Boardman
Partner
Bird & Bird
1 file
Boardman.R
769.5 KB 7 pages Presentation
PPT - Boardman.R
Steven K. Brotherton
Partner
Fragomen‚ Del Rey‚ Bernsen & Loewy‚ LLP
3 files
Brotherton.S.1a
300 KB 12 pages Presentation
PPT - Brotherton.S.1a
Brotherton.S.1b.EARDeemedExportClarificationAmendment
71.1 KB 5 pages Presentation
PDF - Brotherton.S.1b.EARDeemedExportClarificationAmendment
Brotherton.S.1c.ITARDualNationalsAmendment
60.9 KB 2 pages Presentation
PDF - Brotherton.S.1c.ITARDualNationalsAmendment
Mr. Ron Rose
Partner
Rose Carson Kaplan Choi & White LLP
1 file
Rose.Ron
166.5 KB 31 pages Presentation
PPT - Rose.Ron
Mr. Michael A. Lutz
Director, Global Trade Compliance
Google Inc.
1 file
Lutz.M
518.5 KB 9 pages Presentation
PPT - Lutz.M
10:45
Networking Coffee Break
11:00
Implementing Effective IT & Physical Controls: Managing Employee and Visitor Access
Mr. Jeff Rittener
Director of Global Export Compliance
Intel Corporation
Mr. Patrick Knaggs
Intellectual Property and Export Compliance Manager
Intel Corporation
1 file
Rittener.J.Knaggs.P
7.2 MB 29 pages Presentation
PPT - Rittener.J.Knaggs.P
11:45
Enforcement Trends‚ Plans and Priorities: The Aftermath of Heightened Penalties
Ms. Julie Salcido
Special Agent in Charge
U.S. Department of Commerce
1 file
Salcido.J
1.1 MB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Salcido.J
12:30
Networking Luncheon
13:45
Investigations and Prosecutions of Intangible Export Cases: What You Need to Know Before It's Too Late
Mr. Donald Callahan
Special Agent
Immigration & Customs Enforcement‚ Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Craig H. Missakian
Assistant United States Attorney
United States Attorney’s Office, Central District of California
Mr. Frank Montoya, Jr.
Assistant Special Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation (San Francisco Division)
-Mr. John F. McKenzie
Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP
15:00
Networking Refreshment Break
15:15
Offshore Outsourcing of Tech Support‚ R & D and Software Development: How to Protect Intangibles
Ms. Kathleen Lockard Palma
Counsel‚ International Trade Regulation
General Electric Company
- Mr. Joseph A. Vicario‚ Jr.
Senior Counsel‚ International Trade Regulation
Texas Instruments
1 file
vicario.j
4.9 MB 23 pages Presentation
PPT - vicario.j
Ms. Beth Peters
Partner
Hogan Lovells LLP
1 file
Palma.K.Vicario.J.Peters.B
5.8 MB 52 pages Presentation
PPT - Palma.K.Vicario.J.Peters.B
16:30
Voluntary Disclosures: To What Extent They Mitigate Your Liability
Mr. John Liebman
Of Counsel
McKenna Long LLP
1 file
Liebman.J
2.2 MB 13 pages Presentation
PPT - Liebman.J
17:15
Conference Adjourns for the Day
9:00
Opening Remarks from Co-Chairs
Mr. Michael A. Lutz
Director, Global Trade Compliance
Google Inc.
Ms. Josephine Aiello LeBeau
Partner
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati LLP
9:15
Strengthening Your Internal Technology Controls Compliance Program
Ms. Nancy Boughton
Director of Worldwide Trade Compliance
Varian Medical Systems
1 file
Boughton.N
464.5 KB 12 pages Presentation
PPT - Boughton.N
Ms. Deborah Gille
Counsel - International Trade Controls
GE Intelligent Platforms
1 file
Gille.D
393.5 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Gille.D
Ms. Lisa M. Palluconi
Counsel‚ Governmental Programs
IBM Corporation
1 file
Palluconi.Lisa.Revised
312.5 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Palluconi.Lisa.Revised
Ms. Josephine Aiello LeBeau
Partner
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati LLP
1 file
AielloLeBeau.J
441 KB 12 pages Presentation
PPT - AielloLeBeau.J
10:30
Networking Refreshment Break
10:45
Encryption Controls: Complying with Complex Requirements and Preparing for New Regulations
Daniel Fisher-Owens
Partner
Berliner‚ Corcoran & Rowe LLP
11:30
Drafting Effective Technology Control Plans
Mr. Lawrence R. Fink
Vice President‚ International Trade Compliance/Corporate Counsel
SAIC
1 file
Fink.revised
433 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Fink.revised
Ms. Lydia McClure
Senior Manager - Global Trade
Applied Materials
1 file
LydiaMcClure1130
785.5 KB 22 pages Presentation
PPT - LydiaMcClure1130
12:30
Networking Luncheon
13:45
Globalizing Your Technology Compliance Program: Managing US Technology Transfers in a Global Marketplace
David Broyles
Vice President, Group Trade Compliance
Meggitt-USA Inc
1 file
Broyles.B
901 KB 17 pages Presentation
PPT - Broyles.B
Mr. Phil Shelhaas
Consultant
Lenovo China
1 file
Shellhaas.P
508 KB 10 pages Presentation
PPT - Shellhaas.P
14:45
Update on Performing Defense Services: Application of the ITAR to Defense and Commercial Technologies
William L. Clements
Of Counsel
Miller & Chevalier
1 file
Clements.W
224 KB 14 pages Presentation
PPT - Clements.W
15:30
Preparing for DFARS Mandatory Reporting and Preventing Unauthorized Technology Transfers under DOD Contracts
Mr. Jacob B. Pankowski
Attorney‚ Government Contracts
Greenberg Traurig‚ LLP
1 file
Pankowski.J
112.7 KB 15 pages Presentation
PDF - Pankowski.J
16:15
Co-Chairs' Closing Remarks and Conference Concludes