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A Deep Dive into the Most Misunderstood Details of Export Control Reform: A Category-by-Category Review of the Most Technical, Complex Changes Affecting Your Global Export and Re-Export Compliance Program

American Conference Institute’s 17th National Forum on Global Export Controls Compliance
06.11.14

12:30-4 p.m. CDT

Gardere Corporate Partner Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, is scheduled to present at the American Conference Institute’s upcoming 17th National Forum on Global Export Controls Compliance in Washington, D.C. In an interactive workshop titled, "A Deep Dive into the Most Misunderstood Details of Export Control Reform: A Category-by-Category Review of the Most Technical, Complex Changes Affecting Your Global Export and Re-Export Compliance Program," Ms. Schulz and co-presenter Darrell Coleman, vice president of trade compliance at Dyncorp International LLC, will discuss new and anticipated export control reforms that could impact your daily operations. This three and a half-hour presentation will include: updates to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and general prohibitions, migration of items to the Commerce Control List, differences between treatment of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and 600 series items, export control reform statistics, regulation of space vehicles and equipment, regulations of military aircraft and the like, and any more topics.

Ms. Schulz currently serves on the President’s Export Council Subcommittee for Export Administration (PECSEA), a senior-level advisory body to the U.S. Department of Commerce and, in particular, its Bureau of Industry and Security. In addition, she serves as an advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and the U.S. Trade Representative on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Aerospace (ITAC-1).

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