Understand how United States export control rules impact Canadian and other Non-US businesses
United States trade control laws and regulations impact companies who use or resell US-origin products, components or technology. The US Government can impose serious penalties for US and non-US companies who fail to comply with the extra-territorial US rules (including monetary fines, a loss of US Government contracts, or a complete ban from receiving any US items). Recent US Export Control Reform has moved many items from the USML (ITAR-controlled) to the CCL (EAR-controlled). It is essential that companies understand the implications of Reform and update their compliance programs to take advantage of the changes and avoid costly violations.
These seminars offer practical explanations and advice on what the rules are and how they impact companies outside the United States. Expect to leave these seminars with an in-depth understanding of what you need to do to keep your company compliant.
Two Back-to-Back Seminars:
- US Commercial & Military Export Controls & Embargoes - 2-Day Seminar - 5-6 May 2014
- US ITAR Defense Trade Controls - 2-Day Seminar - 7-8 May 2014
You Will Learn
- How US export rules impact a wide range of transactions outside the US
- How the US enforces these export regulations on non-US companies
- Practical methods of complying with US export regulations
BONUS EXPORT REFORM WORKSHOP!!!
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Two Back-to-Back Seminars:
US Commercial & Military Export Controls & Embargoes - 2-Day Seminar - 5-6 May 2014
EAR & OFAC Regulations
A hands-on approach to complying with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), including both export controls and antiboycott regulations, and Treasury Department trade embargoes.
- Persons and Items Subject to US Jurisdiction
- US De Minimis Content Calculation
- Export Classification, NLR and License Exception Determination
- Denied Party, Red Flag and Proliferation Screening
- China Military Catch-All Rule
- Technical Data Reexports and Deemed Reexports, Third Country Nationals
- Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations and EAR Special Country Controls: Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, North Korea
- US Antiboycott Regulations
- Export Enforcement and Compliance Programs
US ITAR Defense Trade Controls - 2-Day Seminar - 7-8 May 2014
Learn the ins and outs of compliance with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) in a format that is easy to digest.
- Overview of US Defense Trade Controls
- ITAR Controlled Items & Activities
- License, Exemption and Agreements Requirements
- Supporting US Exporters Licensing Efforts
- Technical Data Considerations
- Dual Nationals and Third Country Nationals
- Sublicensing of ITAR Technical Data
- Brokering and Canadian Exemptions, Fees and Commissions
- Returning Defense Items to the US
- Agreements Guidelines Requirements
Who Should Attend:
Companies that deal with US based companies or that purchase US-origin products, components or technology. Includes subsidiaries, affiliates, and parents of US businesses.
Venue & Accommodation
Le Centre Sheraton Montréal
1201 Boulevard Réné-Lévesque West
Montréal, QC, H3B 2L7 Canada
Telephone: 514 878 2000
Reservations: 800 325 3535
Special room rate for seminar attendees: CAD$209.00/night (single/double)
The discounted room rate is available until 4 APRIL, 2014
To book a room: Call Sheraton reservations at 1-800-325-3535 and mention the Export Compliance Training Institute
The cost of accommodation is not included in the seminar tuition.The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.
Gregory Creeser is a partner with International Trade Compliance Strategies and a consultant to BSG Consulting. Prior to joining ITC Strategies as a compliance consultant, Mr. Creeser held the position of Corporate Director for International Trade Compliance with Goodrich Corporation’s Washington Operations
Office. Mr. Creeser began his career in the export arena by serving for 2 years as a licensing officer within the Office of Defense Trade Controls at the Department of State. Mr. Creeser held the position of President of the board of directors of the Society for International Affairs (SIA) from 2004-2006. He
also held the positions of Vice President, Communications Director, and Conferences Director for SIA. Mr. Creeser received his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Economics from Texas A&M University in 1987.
John R. Black is a Principal of BSG Consulting and has been involved in US export and trade control matters since 1984. He advises US and foreign companies, law firms and governments on US export and has earned a reputation as one of the leading experts in the field. From 1984–88 he worked for the US Commerce Department, where he wrote the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and interpreted it for government and industry. He uses his comprehensive knowledge of the US rules that impact military and commercial companies to help his clients stay in compliance without missing legitimate business opportunities. He has been a featured speaker at over 100 conferences around the world and has written numerous articles and several books on the subject. Mr. Black is an accredited Export Compliance Professional (ECOP) on both the EAR and the ITAR.
John Boscariol is head of McCarthy Tétrault’s International Trade and Investment Law Group and a partner in the Litigation Group. He is ranked as a leader in the field of international trade law in numerous legal directories, and has been identified as one of the top 25 international trade lawyers in the world by Expert Guides to the World’s Leading Lawyers - Best of the Best 2008. Mr. Boscariol is a recognized expert on compliance and enforcement matters with respect to export controls over goods, technology and services, military and defense controls and related programs, economic sanctions, blocking orders regarding foreign extraterritorial measures, Canada’s Controlled Goods Program, government contracts, and other trade controls and national security measures. He also advises both private and public sector clients on the application of international trade and investment protection agreements and other international trade matters.