ITAR to EAR: Mastering the Complexity and Maximizing the Benefits of the New Reform Rules in 2015
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) of the US Department of State is used to control the exportation and importation of defense material and services on the United States Munitions List. The Department of Commerce administers the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
In this two-hour LIVE webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders assembled by The Knowledge Group will discuss and review importation and exportation rules and regulations from ITAR to EAR and help firms and their counsel in Mastering the Complexity and Maximizing the Benefits of the New Reform Rules. Speakers will provide helpful guidance and insightful best practices in developing and implementing export compliance strategies for your company and clients.
Key topics include:
- Export and Import Control Regulations (ITAR and EAR)
- Transition: From ITAR to EAR
- USML to CCL: Adapting and Maximizing the Benefit
- Applying the New Definition of 'Specially Designed' in EAR
- Regulatory Activities and Changes
- Effects on the Industry
- Compliance and Risk Mitigation
Christopher B. Stagg, Partner
Stagg Noonan LLP
- What it means
- Broad opportunities ITAR
Kerry T. Scarlott, Attorney
Goulston & Storrs
- Export reform
Christina Zanette, Manager
- Due Diligence
- Best Practices
Who Should Attend:
- Export Compliance Officers
- Trade Logistics Personnel
- Government liaisons
- Trade Logistics Personnel
- Company Lawyers
- Other Related/ Interested Professionals
Christina Zanette is a Manager in Deloitte’s Customs & Global Trade (CGT) Practice specializing in Import/Export controls. Ms. Zanette brings over 10 years’ experience in trade compliance with a particular focus in the ITAR and EAR dual use controls and in designing international trade compliance programs by applying leading practice methodologies.
Prior to joining Deloitte, she was an Associate within the International Trade practice of Bryan Cave LLP in Washington D.C., where she counseled and advised clients in the regulatory areas involving the ITAR, EAR, OFAC, FCPA and the FAR/DFARS. She provided legal advice related to international trade compliance to Fortune 100 and 250 companies, and conducted compliance audits and assessments, drafted licenses, agreements, voluntary disclosures, commodity jurisdiction applications and other related filings with the U.S. Government agencies, and advised clients on customs compliance.
Christina is active in the International Law Section of the American Bar Association.
Christina Zanette is a Manager in Deloitte’s Customs & Global Trade (CGT) Practice specializing in Import/Export controls. Ms. Zanette brings …
Christopher Stagg advises clients on U.S. export control laws. Mr. Stagg was previously with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls at the Department of State where he was a Senior Policy Advisor and deputy lead for Export Control Reform. This background gives Mr. Stagg a unique understanding of the successful strategies clients need to navigate export controls, especially with the ongoing revisions under Export Control Reform.
At the Department of State, he was the deputy lead on Export Control Reform to rewrite U.S. export control laws, including the most significant update to the entire U.S. Munitions List in thirty years. He was also a leading member of the commodity jurisdiction and classification section where he was involved in more than 500 determinations. Mr. Stagg also advised the intelligence and law enforcement community on export enforcement investigations.
Christopher Stagg advises clients on U.S. export control laws. Mr. Stagg was previously with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls …
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About Deloitte LLP
Deloitte LLP’s Customs & Global Trade group has a worldwide network of over 300 international trade professionals in over 90 countries. The team works together seamlessly to provide strategic and cost-effective import/export, supply chain and trade compliance solutions across the globe.
Deloitte LLP’s Customs and Global Trade group works together with clients to strategically approach efficient and effective management of day-to-day export control and import obligations. In particular, the team specializes in implementing comprehensive trade and export control management programs and systems to achieve optimal compliance and risk management while simultaneously maximizing commercial activity and reducing costs throughout the business. Service offerings include:
- Development or enhancement of compliance programs and processes, including license/supplier management and technology control programs
- Automation solution strategy, selection and implementation support
- Risk assessments including gap analyses
- Supply chain efficiency and security
- Development and delivery of training and internal audit programs
- Due diligence assessments
- Expert advice on export transactions, including outsourcing of export control function and helpdesk support
- Advice on sanctions/embargoes
Deloitte LLP’s Customs and Global Trade group has extensive knowledge and experience in developing tools and processes, as well as implementing automated solutions, across various industries. The Customs and Global Trade group consists of lawyers, ex-Government officials, industry experts, and consultants, blending in-depth regulatory and technical knowledge with tried-and-tested policy and control procedures.
About Stagg Noonan LLP
Stagg P.C. is a leading law firm on U.S. export control laws. In addition to counseling clients on day-to-day matters, the firm advises its clients on strategic issues involving the ongoing revisions under Export Control Reform, advocate client positions before the U.S. Government, handling commodity jurisdiction requests, and resolving export enforcement investigations. It was founded by a former key regulator and Senior Policy Advisor at the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls within the U.S. Department of State.