The basics: An introduction to U.S. export controls
- DateNovember 03, 2021
- Time1:00 PM EDT
- Duration1.5 hours
Federal export control laws restrict the export of goods, technology, related technical data, and certain services in the interest of protecting the national security and domestic economy.
Join Livingston’s trade experts for an introduction to U.S. export controls and the most common export control jurisdictions including the Department of State, Department of Commerce (Bureau of Industry & Security, Bureau of the Census), and the Department of the Treasury (OFAC), all of which play a critical role in export control and non-proliferation activities both within the United States and outside its borders.
Topics covered include who regulates U.S. exports; export classification and jurisdiction; export licensing, export reporting and record keeping, and other considerations.
Individuals in supply chain operations and companies interested in a general overview of export controls and how those controls make affect your trade activities.Register for this webinar
As Consultant, Chris Brady is responsible for oversight of export related projects, including reviewing clients’ business models and practices to determine areas of risk, and offering solutions for compliance, penalty mitigation, cost minimization and risk management.
Chris joined Livingston in April 2011 in the role of Export Compliance Manager-Ford, and moved to Global Trade Consultant in 2019. His 25 years’ experience has given him expertise in U.S. Export Control regulations (EAR, ITAR, etc), U.S. government licensing, and extraterritorial controls for foreign companies of products and technology.
Chris holds a BSBA Marketing and BSBA Logistics both from the University of Missouri, and he is a Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer, Licensed U.S. Customs Broker and Certified Customs Specialist.
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.