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Archive for tag: Commerce Control

Commerce Department Prohibits Russian Kaspersky Software for U.S. Customers


Today, the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced a Final Determination prohibiting Kaspersky Lab, Inc., the U...

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NS1, RS1, MT1 Commerce Licensing Requirements Removed for UK and Australia

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NS1, RS1, MT1 Commerce Licensing Requirements Removed for UK and Australia List based licensing requirements for items and technology controlled for N...

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Treasury FinCEN and BIS Issue Joint Alert on Potential Russian and Belarusian Export Control Evasion Attempts


The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and...

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New sanctions will be imposed on Belarus. These sanctions will impose new Commerce Control List (CCL)-based license requirements for Belarus. These ne...

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Year End Review of Compliance Requirements

EAR Compliance Programs

In this time of ever changing regulations, it is more important than ever to perform a yearly review your export compliance program and address any de...

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Common BIS License Exceptions


With the recent round of Export Control Reform, many of our clients have found themselves in the relatively unfamiliar position of navigating Commerce...

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