Creating an Effective Export Compliance Program Under the Export Administration Regulations
When : Thursday, October 14, 2021
Time : 01 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 60 Minutes
For more than 20 years, Douglas Cohen has been at the
forefront of international trade and transactions. With positions in
private law practice, the US Department of Commerce, the European Union,
IATA, and American Airlines, Mr. Cohen has developed significant
expertise in import-export compliance, international negotiations,
intellectual property, and Internet laws. At present, he is Senior
Manager for Global Trade & Contracts at Worldwide Trade & Legal
Associates, where he provides legal and strategic advice to
organizations seeking to enter or expand foreign markets.
The US government regulates the export of information, commodities, technology, and software considered important to the US in the interests of national security, economic competition, and foreign policy. Since the events of 9/11, US government enforcement has increased due to concerns about terrorism. Exporters need a customized, integrated export compliance program in order to manage their export decisions and to be compliant with the EARs. Penalties for violation EAR are severe, including fines that can be as high as $250,000 per civil violation and $1,000,000 for criminal violations, as well as 20 years imprisonment per violation.
- What are Export Controls?
- What is an Export?
- What is subject to the EARs?
- Who Enforces EARs?
- What are the Know Your Customer Guidelines?
- What are the Penalties for Non-Compliance?
- How to Create a Recommended Minimum Export Compliance Program?
- What Does DOC Recommend?
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Global Trade Compliance Professionals
- Inside Counsel
- Supply Chain Professionals
- Security/Facilities Management
- International Customer Service
- Sales & Marketing
- US Export Professionals
- Freight Forwarders
- Exporting Carriers
- Global Logistics Professionals
Why Should You Attend
webinar will assist companies in establishing or enhancing an export
compliance program, good export compliance practices, and be in
compliance with the Export Administration Regulations.