All U.S. institutions of higher education and their faculty, staff and students must comply with U.S. export control laws, which regulate the release of goods, technology and services that affect U.S. national security and foreign policy interests. These regulations apply to university activities such as research; travel; joint collaborations with foreign universities; employment of foreign national faculty, staff and students; and transfers of controlled technology to shared servers. Given the array of potentially controlled actions, schools should be familiar with their obligations under the law.
Join Husch Blackwell attorneys for an informative webinar as we introduce and explain these regulations.
- Defining export controls
- Export controls list for colleges and universities
- Common situations requiring compliance
- University-related exceptions and exemptions under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- Best practices – developing an export control policy and recordkeeping
Date and Time
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT
Mark Stallion, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Cortney Morgan, Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell
Who Should Attend
University export control or compliance officers, research department faculty and advisors, legal counsel, faculty and staff responsible for technology transfer and intellectual property, and human resources professionals responsible for paperwork related to foreign nationals.
Continuing Education Credits
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