Update U.S. Export Controls – Update 2024 (ITAR/DDTC)
Update on Defense Export Controls
Are you looking for a compact way to find out about innovations in U.S. (re-)export control law? Then we have good news for you! The AWA Foreign Trade Academy, one of the largest providers of training in customs and foreign trade law in Germany, is once again organizing a comprehensive update on U.S. (re-)export control law in 2024. You will receive a first-hand update from speakers from the relevant U.S. authorities and the U.S. attorney Douglas N. Jacobson, who specializes in U.S. (re-)export control law and who will lead you through the program in his usual manner together with the Managing Director of AWA Foreign Trade Academy, Matthias Merz.
The first day of the update is dedicated to export controls in the defense sector. This relates in particular to the work of the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC). Topics include the impact of the ITAR restructuring on European companies and license management for U.S. personnel working for European defense companies. In addition, there is an update on BIS Defense and the "600 Series" as well as an update on the licensing and authorization procedures for re-exporters. The first day of U.S. Export Controls 2024 will also focus on how to deal with potential violations and questions regarding voluntary self-disclosures.
The U.S. Export Controls – Update 2024 offers you a platform for sharing expertise and best practices. You will learn what is in store for exporting companies affected by U.S. export control law in 2024, whether there is a need for action for your export control processes, and which developments you should keep an eye on.
- comprehensive course materials
- drinks and refreshments (participation in presence)
- lunch (participation in presence)
- AWA certificate
At this conference, you will hear from our experts in U.S. law about how to assess current U.S. export control policies and regulations and the implications for your business. The focus will be on current (and future) export controls on military equipment.
Download the preliminary schedule here.
Teaching Methods and Intended Number of Hours
The conference lasts 5 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€ 690,00 zzgl. 19% USt.
- umfangreiche Schulungsunterlagen
- Erfrischungsgetränke und Pausenverpflegung
- AWA Zertifikat