|Location: ||Westin San Diego |
Large, mid-size and small companies that deal with defense articles, defense services or related technical data must ensure that their export practices and global supply chains comply with the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”) – or risk heavy penalties, and, in some cases, imprisonment. The list of ITAR-controlled USML items keeps changing. An exporter that does not have a handle on key requirements can unknowingly violate strict provisions of the ITAR - and incorrectly assume that their articles, technical data or services aren’t even subject to the ITAR.
At this two-day conference, sponsored by the American Conference Institute, senior ITAR compliance executives and attorneys will teach attendees how to overcome practical, real-life ITAR compliance challenges, and provide an update on the latest regulatory and enforcement developments.
William Clements will present on "When and How to Draft Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Requests" and "Using ITAR Licensing Exemptions."