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How to Obtain an EAR License and Reduce the Risk of Delays: Filling out Form BIS-758P and Using SNAP-R

ACI’s 6th National EAR Boot Camp
02.23.15

Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, will be presenting at the American Conference Institute's 6th National EAR Boot Camp in San Diego. In the session titled "How to Obtain an EAR License and Reduce the Risk of Delays: Filling out Form BIS-758P and Using SNAP-R," Ms. Schulz, along with Laura Molinari from GE Aviation, will discuss the ins and outs of EAR licensing, including how to fill out forms and licensing techniques. 

ACI's National EAR Bootcamp is an annual nuts and bolts course on how to resolve real-life compliance challenges facing industry. For more information, including registration options, click here.

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