- Thomas McVey, Williams Mullen
- Stephen Hall, Business and Industry Specialist, Bureau of Industry and Security
- John Davis, Williams Mullen, former Assistant United States Attorney and Chief of the Criminal Division, Eastern District of Virginia
Now that Export Control Reform is (mostly) behind us, there are significant new export control issues in 2015. Much of the export control world is shifting from ITAR to EAR. There are also new developments beyond product-based controls-expanded end-use based controls, new country programs and a new enforcement landscape. This program will provide practical guidance on these developments and managing this important transition in 2015.
- Implications of the shift from ITAR to EAR
- Differences in licensing processes between DDTC and BIS – practical tips for filing BIS license applications
- Special tips for filing license applications for 600 Series products
- Developments under license exception Strategic Trade Authorization
- Increased emphasis on end-use based controls – Russia, Venezuela, MMIC products
- Increased country programs – Cuba, Crimea, N. Korea, Ukraine
- Latest developments in electronics, UAV, aviation parts and accessories
- How enforcement risks will change with the migration from ITAR to EAR
- New proposed regulations coming in 2015
Time has been allotted for a brief Q&A for the speakers to address questions from the audience.