Update U.S. Export Controls – Update 2024 (BIS/OFAC)
Update on U.S. Dual-use Export Controls and U.S. Sanctions
On the second day of the U.S. Export Controls – Update 2024 conference, participants can expect a wealth of knowledge on U.S. dual-use export controls and U.S. sanctions. Among other things, the changes to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) published by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) in 2023, which have an impact on Russia and Belarus, will be discussed in detail. The latest BIS/EAR developments regarding exports and re-exports to China will also be an exciting topic.
Speakers from the relevant U.S. authorities will also provide an update on U.S. export controls on advanced semiconductors and related equipment and software. Updates on EAR changes outside of Russia and China that impact the export and re-export of Commerce Control List items will also be discussed. Current information on Iran, Russia, China and end-use controls will round off the morning's program.
The keynote speech on the afternoon of the second day of the conference will deal intensively with U.S. sanctions. CAATSA and PEESA sanctions (Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act/Protecting Europe's Energy Security Act) will be covered as well as U.S. sanctions against China and updates on other U.S. sanctions programs including Iran, Afghanistan and Venezuela. Updates on U.S. trade policy and current tariff issues related to China as well as changes in U.S. foreign investment including CFIUS (Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States) reports and investigations will conclude the program as "U.S. Trade Hot Topics".
- comprehensive course materials
- drinks and refreshments (participation in presence)
- lunch (participation in presence)
- AWA certificate
German and European companies trading with the USA are forced to come into contact with U.S. export control law. At the conference, experts on U.S. law will teach you how to assess the current U.S. export control policy and what conclusions you can draw from it for your trade transactions. Furthermore, you will be able to assess whether there is a need for action regarding your exports, re-exports or other transactions. You will also be able to better assess sanctions developments thanks to the update.
Download the preliminary schedule here.
Teaching Methods and Intended Number of Hours
The conference lasts 6,75 hours.
This program is intended for participants who have a good understanding of EU/U.S. export controls and sanctions law.
The conference’s language is English.
Ab€ 740,00 zzgl. 19% USt.
- umfangreiche Schulungsunterlagen
- Erfrischungsgetränke und Pausenverpflegung
- AWA Zertifikat