- DateAugust 22, 2018
- Time1:00 PM EDT
- Duration1 hour
The United States has implemented Antiboycott Laws, under the Export Administration Regulations, which require U.S. firms to refuse to participate in foreign boycotts that the United States does not sanction. Companies that do not comply with the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations (EAR) antiboycott provisions can be subject to penalties under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of up to $250,000 per violation or twice the value of the transaction.
Covered in this session:
- A basic understanding of jurisdiction and regulatory applicability
- Types of antiboycott requests and language exceptions
- Reporting requirements and exceptions
Attend this webinar to be aware of how antiboycott regulations apply to your business and maintain a solid export compliance program to avoid cash penalties.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar offers a basic overview for any U.S. exporter and non-U.S. subsidiary of a U.S. company that exports.
Our Expert Speakers
Jill Hurley, Esq. Director, Trade Management Consulting
As Director, Trade Management Consulting, Jill Hurley oversees client U.S. import and export projects and reviews client business practices to determine areas of risk and offer compliance, risk management and penalty mitigation solutions.
Prior to joining Livingston in 2010, Jill was logistics manager for an aerospace and defense manufacturing company in New York.
Jill has particular expertise in the development and implementation of import/export compliance programs, compliance audits, export licensing requirements, supply-chain security, penalty mitigation projects, anti-dumping and countervailing duties, and intellectual property orders.
Jill is a licensed attorney in the State of New York and holds a juris doctor from the University at Buffalo Law School.