As a follow-up to the establishment of the “Export Enforcement Five” or “E5” partnership to coordinate on export control enforcement issues in June 20...Read More
In instances where there is a question as to the classification or jurisdiction following the exporter’s self-classification, it is recommended that a...Read More
Today, the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) imposed a civil penalty of $48,750 against Pratt & Whitney Component Sol...Read More
Prior to international travel, all employees should be made aware of the limitations on what technical data can be brought with them and what can be s...Read More
The Department of Justice sued SpaceX today (8-24-23) charging that they company wrongly claimed that U.S. export regulations prohibited them from hir...Read More
In response to the People’s Republic of China’s (China) military modernization efforts, military-civil fusion strategy, and expansion of i...Read More
The Department of Justice, Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), and the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asse...Read More
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