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Gardere to Co-Host ITAR Boot Camp 2015

8 a.m.-noon CDT

Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP and the French American Chamber of Commerce (FACC), in partnership with the U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, are scheduled to host the International Traffic in Arms Regulations Boot Camp on March 27, 2015, at Thanksgiving Tower in Dallas (1601 Elm Street, 30th floor). This comprehensive workshop is designed for the export compliance practitioner, focusing on export licensing and compliance practices when exporting goods and technology subject to ITAR, including discussion of export control reform (ECR).

Gardere International Trade Partners Michelle Schulz and Elsa Manzanares will be presenting the "Update on Export Control Reform." Other speakers include Allan Suchinsky, ITD Associates President (formerly chief of licensing, U.S. Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls); Darrell Coleman, vice president trade compliance, DynCorp International LLC; Kathleen Neal, global trade compliance director & COAC advisor, Regal Beloit Corp.; Julie Parks, senior manager, export/import operations & COAC advisor, Raytheon; and Tony Jones, manager, import/export licensing, Triumph Aerostructures LLC.
Space is limited. The event will also include a networking breakfast, presentations and materials. For more information and registration options, click here.

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