News: US-Reexport Control Regulations – EAR and ITAR

US — Export­con­trol Regu­la­ti­ons and ITAR: New Deve­lop­ments, Cur­rent Con­trols, Sanc­tions, Prac­tice, etc.

Die extra­ter­ri­to­riale Bedeu­tung und Anwen­dung des US-​Exportkontrollrechtes betrifft fast die gesamte Export­in­dus­trie. Sei es, dass Unter­neh­men selbst in irgend­ei­ner Form eine ame­ri­ka­ni­sche Betei­li­gung haben, US-​Personen beschäf­ti­gen oder auch nur Güter mit US-​Ursprung oder basie­rend auf US-​Technologie in ihre Waren ein­bauen oder mit ihnen han­deln. Durch den Prä­si­den­ten­wech­sel in den USA geriet die ange­strebte Reform zwar ins sto­cken, und es wurde still darum, was aber bedeu­tet, dass es für jeden umso wich­ti­ger ist, sich nun durch einen Insi­der über den Stand und die neu­es­ten Ent­wick­lun­gen, rechts­si­cher infor­mie­ren zu las­sen.
Nut­zen Sie diese Gele­gen­heit. Die Kom­bi­na­tion des US-​Beraters mit einem deut­schen Unter­neh­mens­ver­tre­ter und erfah­re­nen Prak­ti­ker ist ein­ma­lig.

Dan Fisher-​Owens is a lawyer based in San Fran­cisco, Cali­for­nia, a col­lea­gue of our well­known speaker Ben­ja­min H. Flowe, focu­sing on U.S. export con­trols and eco­no­mic sanc­tions. His prac­tice covers tran­sac­tio­nal coun­se­ling, classification/​commodity juris­dic­tion, licen­sing, desi­gning and audit­ing com­pli­ance sys­tems, as well as volun­tary dis­clo­sures, inves­ti­ga­ti­ons and enforce­ments mat­ters. Dan’s exper­tise covers the State Depart­ment Inter­na­tio­nal Traf­fic in Arms Regu­la­ti­ons (ITAR), Com­merce Depart­ment Export Admi­nis­tra­tion Regu­la­ti­ons (EAR), Tre­a­sury Depart­ment Office of For­eign Assets Con­trol (OFAC) sanc­tions, as well as Depart­ment of Energy and Nuclear Regu­latory Com­mis­sion nuclear export con­trols.

He has deve­l­o­ped a deep know­ledge of the export con­trol issues affec­ting com­pu­ters, soft­ware, encryp­tion, net­wor­king and telecom­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons equip­ment, infra­red detec­tors, test and mea­su­re­ment equip­ment, che­mi­cal and bio­lo­gi­cal agents and pro­ces­sing equip­ment, medi­cal devices and phar­maceuti­cals, geo­phy­si­cal instru­ments, oil­field tools and aero­s­pace items.

Jochen Hart­manns­henn, con­sul­tant and trai­ner, worked for many years in the Air­bus Group as a com­pli­ance offi­cer. He has a lot of prac­tical know­how. Take your chance, to be infor­med and ask all your ques­tion.

U.S. Reex­port Con­trol Juris­dic­tion under the EAR (Day 1)

  • Hard­ware
  • Soft­ware, Tech­no­logy and Their Direct Pro­ducts
  • De Mini­mis Rules and Other Excep­ti­ons
  • S. Per­son Activi­ties

Extra­ter­ri­to­rial Reach of U.S. Eco­no­mic Sanc­tions

  • App­li­ca­tion of U.S. Sanc­tions on Non-U.S. Per­son Activi­ties
  • S. Per­son Faci­li­ta­tion
  • Recu­sal Poli­cies
  • Reex­ports of Items

U.S. Eco­no­mic Sanc­tions Updates

  • Iran Sanc­tions Post-​JCPOA
    – Gene­ral License H
    – Medi­cal Gene­ral License
    – Gene­ral License D-​1
  • Rus­sia Sanc­tions
  • Sta­tus of Cuba, Sudan, Syria, North Korea
  • List Based Sanc­tions (SDNs and others)

Cloud Com­pu­ting, Encryp­tion, and Cyber­se­cu­rity

  • BIS, OFAC, DDTC and DoD Approa­ches to Cloud Com­pu­ting
  • S. and Was­senaar Encryp­tion Reforms
  • S. Encryp­tion Review and Reporting Requi­re­ments
  • Cyber­se­cu­rity, Intru­sion and Sur­rep­ti­tious Inter­cep­tion Items

Export Com­pli­ance Pro­gram Ele­ments and Tips for Reex­por­ters

  • Tools for Cap­tu­ring Key Infor­ma­tion for Encryp­tion, De Mini­mis (Memo to File to ana­lyze de mini­mis); Inter­na­tio­nal Trade Tran­sac­tion Ques­ti­onn­ai­res
  • Adapt­ing US Export Com­pli­ance Pro­gram Prin­ci­ples to Non-​US Focu­sed Com­pli­ance Pro­grams

ITAR and Export Con­trol Reform (Day 2)

  • Impact on ITAR and EAR Lists
  • License Excep­tion STA
  • “Spe­cially Desi­gned” Defi­ni­tion
  • Prac­tical Impact on Licen­sing, Enforce­ment, Admi­nis­tra­tion esp. CJs
  • Ongo­ing U.S. Muni­ti­ons List Review
  • Dis­cus­sion and Ques­ti­ons on both days

Export Com­pli­ance Pro­gram Ele­ments and Tips for Reex­por­ters

  • Ände­run­gen aus Aktua­li­täts­grün­den vor­be­hal­ten

Vor­her zu besu­chende Semi­nare

    Referent(en) die­ses Semi­na­res

    • Herr Dan Fisher-​Owens
    • Herr Jochen Hart­manns­henn

    Ort

    Hil­ton Mainz City
    Müns­ter­straße 11
    55116 Mainz

    Wei­ter­füh­rende Semi­nare

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