From the passage of the Endless Frontier Act to the 2021 updates to the MEU, MIEU and CCMC rules, the U.S.-China trade space is bursting with new developments this year.

There has never been a more critical time to attend this event! Join us at the 3rd Virtual U.S.-China Trade Controls Conference on September 20, 2021, to ensure that you are in the loop and equipped with the newest, most effective best practices.

Critical Updates from the DOJ:

Speaker Name

Elizabeth Cannon

Deputy Chief for Export Control and Sanctions
National Security Division

U.S. Department of Justice


Benchmark with Leading Exporters, including:

Speaker Name

Kathy King-Madrid

Director of Compliance
Leonardo DRS

Speaker Name

Kevin Cuddy

Government & Regulatory Affairs Executive
IBM

Speaker Name

Surabhi Madan

Director, Senior Global Legal Counsel
ASM International (Singapore)

Speaker Name

Mario Palacios

Senior Director, Government Affairs & Head of International Trade Policy
Applied Materials

You can’t afford to miss out on the only, comprehensive one-day event of its kind. Expert speakers will share insights on critically important challenges impacting your business:

  • MEU, MIEU and CCMC Rules: New Enforcement Risks—and the Hidden Lessons for Updating Compliance and Licensing Practices
  • Endless Frontier Act and Strategic Competition Act of 2021: Unpacking the Geopolitical and Compliance Impacts on Industry
  • China’s New Export Control Law, Guidance, and the Interplay of Blocking Statutes: Compliance Expectations for Industry and Avoiding Violations
  • Emerging and Foundational Technologies: Status and Impact of Proposals, Due Diligence Requirements and The Business Implications
  • Data Transfers and Monitoring: How Industry is Strengthening Policies, Procedures and Employee Training
  • ICTS Rule: Key Updates on ICTS Implementation and the Anticipated Aftermath
CLE ACCREDITATION

Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation. Learn More


Sneak Peek of Who Attended Last Year