Part I: CHINA'S NEW EXPORT CONTROL LAW IN PRACTICE: APPLICATION TO ENCRYPTION AND CYBER EXPORTS
How Exporters are Implementing New Requirements Amid the U.S.-China Trade Conflict and Emerging, Alternative Supply Chains
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Trade
Steptoe & Johnson LLP (Hong Kong)
Director, Global Trade Compliance
Micron Technology, Inc.
During this practical discussion, attendees will be invited to benchmark and compare notes via a user-friendly digital polling system. The questions and discussion will focus on practical challenges that are most likely to come across your desk.
- The ECL came into effect on Dec. 1, 2020: How the restrictions on exports of dual-use and military products will play out in practice
- When and for what products are licenses required under the ECL
- Chinese authorities’ investigative powers
- What constitutes an export violation, and what can trigger penalties
- Concrete examples of how to apply the new export control law in practice
- The biggest challenges to complying with the law-and how to overcome them
- How industry is managing the interplay between geopolitics and export compliance:
- The US-China trade war and what we can expect from a Biden administration
- The status of Hong Kong and the concomitant implications for industry operating in the U.S. and China