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Restricted Parties Screening- A Lesson from JP Morgan Chase

Wilmarth and Associates - Taking Notes

Are your current restricted parties screening procedures adequate? A recent settlement by JP Morgan Chase should be sufficient motivation for every co...

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Automated Export System Shipment Reminders


If your company exports goods valued at more than $2,500 per Schedule B number to anywhere other than Canada or goods that require an export license, ...

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Company Security Requirements- U.S. Government Including DOD Controlled Information


Information that has been provided to a company directly by a U.S. Government (USG) agency, including DOD, or through another company must be controll...

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Avoid Doing Restricted Business with North Korea or Other Sanctioned Countries


The U.S. State Department has issued an alert to companies who may be doing business with North Korea and are unaware of the fact that North Korea is ...

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Foreign National Employee License Requirements


If you have foreign national employees, it may be necessary to secure BIS or DDTC licensing for those employee to access controlled technical data and...

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Traveling with Technical Data


Prior to international travel, all employees should be made aware of the limitations of what technical data can be brought with them and what can be s...

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