How to create an export compliance program under the Export Administration Regulations (EARs)

On-Demand Schedule Tue, December 06, 2022 - Tue, December 13, 2022
Duration 60 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate
Webinar ID IQW22J1025

  • What are Export Controls?
  • What items are subject to EARs?
  • Do I Need an Export License?
  • How to create an export compliance program?
  • 9 elements of a strong export compliance program
  • Customer Screening
  • Know Your Customer/Reg Flags
  • Voluntary Disclosures of Potential Violations
  • US Government Enforcement of Export Controls
  • Penalties for violating export controls
  • Recent Changes Concerning China, Russia, and Iran

Overview of the webinar

The US government regulates the export of technical information, commodities, technology, and software considered important to the US in the interests of national security, economic competition, and foreign policy.  Recently, US Government enforcement of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) has greatly increased due to concerns with sensitive exports to China, Russia, and Iran.

Penalties for violation of EARs are severe, including fines that can be as high as $250,000 per civil violation, and $1,000,000 for criminal violations, as well as 20 years imprisonment per violation.

Therefore, exporters need a customized, integrated export compliance program in order to manage their export decisions and be compliant with the EARs.  

Who should attend?

  • Those who currently export
  • Those that are beginning to export
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Trade Consultants
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Business Development Centers
  • Foreign Trade agencies
  • Marketing Professionals
  • Business Managers
  • Engineers
  • Trade Compliance Professionals

Why should you attend?

This webinar will assist companies in establishing or enhancing an export compliance program and demonstrate the best export compliance practices. US Government enforcement of export controls has recently increased due to concerns about the export of sensitive items to China, Russia, and Iran.  In addition to severe penalties and fines, violating export controls subjects exporters to immediate reputational damage costly shipping delays, and denial of their export privileges.  

Faculty - Mr.Douglas Cohen

For more than 20 years, Mr. Douglas Cohen has been at the forefront of international trade and transactions.  With senior positions in private practice, the US Department of Commerce, the European Union, American Airlines, and the IATA, he has developed substantial expertise in import-export operations and compliance, international trade, global negotiations, and international contracts and transactions.
At present, he is a Senior Manager, Global Trade, and Contracts, at Worldwide Trade & Legal Consultants, where he provides legal and strategic advice to organizations seeking to enter or expand foreign markets. Mr. Cohen has been asked to teach his expertise at universities and corporate seminars on international business and law in the US, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

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