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Year End Review of Compliance Requirements


Training: All employees who are involved in export decision-making should receive yearly training.  Additionally, any new export involved employees sh...

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ITAR “See Through” Rule


The phrase “see-through rule” is a colloquial phrase popularly used to refer to the impact of certain ITAR controls.  Specifically, it refers to the f...

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Wilmarth and Associates - Taking Notes

COMMERCE PROVIDES RELIEF FOR EXPORTERS WITH SIX-MONTH EXTENSION ON LICENSES New Streamlined Process Designed to Hasten Approvals Recognizing the impor...

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Update to the EAR


The EAR has updated 10 ECCNs in response to the Wassenaur Plenary meeting. This final rule implements multilateral controls on six recently developed ...

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Restricted Parties Screening


So far in 2020, the restricted parties lists published by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), OFAC and the State Department have been updated m...

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Restrictions on Commercial Exports to China


Recent Department of Defense actions have established a hard line on denying commercial (ECCN 9A991 etc.) aerospace exports to China. If you export to...

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EAR Updated to Harmonize with Wassenaar Arrangement 2018 Plenary

On Friday, September 11th BIS updated the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and Commerce Control List (CCL) to harmonize with the Wassenaar Arra...

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Antiboycott Restrictions

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U.S. persons and companies are discouraged, and sometimes required to refuse to participate in foreign boycotts that are not endorsed by the United St...

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Letters of Intent/End Use Statements

It is best practice before you export an item to receive a Letter of Intent (LOI) or End Use Statement (EUS) from your foreign customer. These stateme...

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EAR Amended to Remove Hong Kong License Exceptions


On July 31, the EAR was amended to remove the availability of license exceptions for Hong Kong. This follows the announcement on June 30th and the Exe...

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