BIS Briefing: The New Regulatory Definitions and Export Enforcement

  • September 29, 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DePaul University, O’Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. Chicago 60631

Registration

  • This complimentary registration applies only to in-person registration.

    CBP employees whishing to register for the webinar, should use the "webinar" registration instead, and pay the $125.00 fee.
  • Price per person attending the workshop on site.
  • Price per person attending the workshop on site.
  • Price per person attending the workshop on site.
  • Price per person attending the workshop online, through the webinar.

Registration is closed
Topic:  BIS Briefing: The New Regulatory Definitions and Export Enforcement         

Speakers:

Hillary Hess, Director, Regulatory Policy Division, Bureau of Industry and Security, Washington, D.C.

Richard Greene, Special Agent, Office of Export Enforcement, Bureau of Industry and Security

 

Program Chair:   

Brian F. Walsh, Barnes, Richardson & Colburn, LLP 

 Attention All Exporters. Hillary Hess, who is the Director of the BIS Regulatory Policy Division in Washington, D.C., will be joining us to discuss the important final rule which went into effect on September 1st as part of the Export Control Reform Initiative containing new definitions for many terms of fundamental significance including, among others: “technology,” “foreign person,” “release,” “export,” “reexport,” and “transfer.”  The new rule also addresses the application of controls to electronically transmitted and stored technology and software.  Richard Greene, who is the Special Agent in the Office of Export Enforcement, will also be discussing the implementation of best practices for complying with the EAR and investigations and penalties.

  • Understanding the new Definitions Rule 
  • Activities considered to be exports
  • Impact of the Definitions Rule on Cloud-Based Computing
  • Reviewing exports of technology and technical data under the new rule
  • Best practices for complying with export control regulations
  • Understanding export investigations and penalties


The International Trade Club of Chicago (ITCC) is a not-for-profit organization and all proceeds are used solely to cover the costs of ITCC activities. The ITCC appreciates the efforts of the volunteer speakers.
     
     
For those attending in person: The DePaul O’Hare campus facility is located at the intersection of East River Road and West Bryn Mawr Avenue

*NEW - This seminar is also available via LIVE WEBINAR. A link to a separate sign up site will be sent to you upon registration.
 
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
 

The NCBFAA Educational Institute

ATTENTION CERTIFIED CUSTOMS SPECIALISTS:

This program is approved by the NCBFAA for 3 CCS continuing education points.

Please indicate if a certificate of attendance is desired when you register, along with your NEI ID# at the time of registration.

 
PAYMENT ONLINE (Paypal accepted) OR RESPOND VIA E-MAIL TO itcc@brc-chi.com OR FAX THIS FORM TO (312) 565-1782 OR RETURN THIS FORM WITH CHECK, PAYABLE TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLUB OF CHICAGO c/o 303 E. Wacker Drive #1020, CHICAGO, IL 60601. 
Contact us

Address: 134 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: +1 (312) 423-5250

General Inquiries: contact@itcc.org

Questions about ITCC: membership@itcc.org

Events Inquiries: events@itcc.org

Chicago Celebrates International Women's Day: ajennings@chicagowomensday.org

Join us

Membership in the ITCC is one of the best investments an international trade executive or specialist can make.

Become a member today!

Our Sponsors


Copyright 2014 International Trade Club of Chicago 

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software