What Every Exporting Company Needs to Know in Light of New Export Control Reforms
Export regulations have changed, and will continue to change. Are you up to date? Do you know what your company needs to do to be compliant? Does your product require an export license? How do you know? Where can you check? The regulations have changed, do you know which government agencies oversee export controls?
Karen will discuss US Export Administration Regulations and how to find out if your product or technology requires a license for export. She will address the new "600 series" and how Export Control Reform can affect your company. Whether or not your product or technology requires an export license, restricted party screening is something every company needs to do. Do you conduct OFAC screening?
We will discuss compliance visits from the government, and export enforcement including compliance best practices in light of changing regulations. Do you know what your company should be doing to steer clear of violations? Dan Klutch, Special Agent-in-Charge, Office of Export Enforcement (BIS) will discuss what happens when regulations are violated.
Jean Schtokal, international trade attorney with Foster Swift will discuss OFAC regulations and screening. Time will be allotted for questions. From the President and CEO to the shipping clerk, everyone is responsible for compliance with regulations. This workshop is ideal for current exporters, as well as new exporters. We will highlight the top 6 things companies should be doing right now in light of the new and changing regulatory environment.
- Date: Thursday, March 23, 2016
- Time: 8:30 am - 1:30 pm
- Location:MSU Henry Center
- 3535 Forest Rd
- Lansing, Mi. 48910
$15 - Students