Speaking Engagements

Understanding the Current Environment for Export Controls and the Role of Government Agencies for ITAR Compliance

2nd ITAR Compliance West Coast Conference

Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, will be presenting on export control reforms at the upcoming marcus evans 2nd ITAR Compliance West Coast Conference in San Diego. Ms. Schulz will join Julia Mason from ATK in a discussion of recent changes in export controls. Together they will provide practical insight into the regulatory authorities governing export controls during the panel "Understanding the Current Environment for Export Controls and the Role of Government Agencies for ITAR Compliance."

The marcus evans 2nd ITAR Compliance West Coast Conference is a three-day event covering best practices to manage the current transitions from the International Traffic in Arms Regulations to the Export Administration Regulations, and review the developments with Export Control Reform policies, strategies for implementing the changes being made to U.S. Munitions List and Commerce Control List to improve compliance, and more.

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