Doing business overseas can become a daunting task as you attempt to meet the many regulations that govern the products or technology you import or export. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) control the export and import of defense articles, technical data and services, including certain aerospace technology and products. Understanding the ITAR requirements and how to comply is fundamental to prevent potential costly violations. Join other Colorado companies as we discuss the ever-evolving International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
The training will include:
- - Basic and intermediate level discussions of ITAR requirements and compliance
- - Export Control Reform, including recent and proposed changes to the ITAR
- - Case studies on ITAR compliance and enforcement
Dave Glynn, Holland & Hart
Dave is an attorney with Holland & Hart, LLP. He has recognized expertise in conducting detailed internal investigations and audits related to export controls, trade sanctions, and Customs laws. Working with clients in the development, drafting, and implementation of compliance programs in various areas of federal regulatory law, he utilizes his extensive experience in export management systems and import compliance programs to help his clients achieve their goals. Dave serves on the board of the World Trade Center Denver.
Lizbeth Rodriguez-Johnson, Holland & Hart
Lizbeth helps her clients develop, draft, and implement compliance programs in various areas of federal regulatory law. She has recognized expertise in conducting detailed internal investigations and audits related to export controls and trade sanctions. Lizbeth also drafts license application, commodity jurisdiction requests, technical assistance agreements, registration statements, license applications, and other international regulatory documents.
This program counts 8 hours toward a Certificate in International Trade.
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Refunds will only be remitted if cancellation occurs 48 hours in advance of the training. Payment transference may occur on a case-by-case basis. Cancellations occurring on the day of the training will not be refunded or transferred.