Export Control Reform + ITAR + EAR = Major Changes For Your Businesses
If your company is active in or considering entering the defense, aerospace, automotive, software, IT, or telecommunications industries, join Miller Canfield lawyers Joseph D. Gustavus and Jeffrey G. Richardson as they discuss:
- An overview of U.S. Export Controls
- Military items moving from the ITAR’s USML to the EAR’s CCL 600 Series
- Impact of lesser controls for ‘specially designed’ under the .x 600 Series and .y 600 Series items
- Specific review of new EAR 600 Series impact on Ground Vehicles, Aircraft and Gas Turbine Engines
- Method of review for the new 600 Series items
- Overview of additional new 600 Series items including Vessels of Ware and Special Naval Equipment, Auxiliary Military Equipment, and Submersibles
Export Control Reform is designed to transfer less sensitive items previously controlled by ITAR's U.S. Munitions List onto the more flexible Commerce Control List of the EAR. This will create new foreign sales opportunities for U.S. companies.
Registration + Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 AM
Reservations required. Space is limited. No cost to attend.
Sandy Bera | 248.267.3345