Obtaining Export Licenses for Foreign Sales, Foreign Teaming and Sourcing, and Domestic Technology Transfers (“Deemed Exports”)

Nov 18, 2019 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Nathaniel Bolin
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP (USA)

Sooji Seo
VP Legal, Ethics and Compliance
Dell (USA)

This interactive and practical workshop will provide export managers and their supervisors with an in-depth look at export licensing issues under the EAR and the ITAR. The workshop will address issues related to “traditional” exports, technology exports, and deemed exports. Using case studies and hands-on licensing problems, speakers will provide you with practical advice to analyzing your complicated licensing issues, including:  
  • Unlocking the world of successful licensing
  • »» What the government want to see in a license application
  • »» The approval process
  • »» Anticipated timelines for approval
  • »» Expediting the process
  • »» Desirability of meeting with government personnel
  • The EAR: keys to a successful process
    • The “magic” to a smooth application process
    • Classification
    • Preparation of licenses
    • Encryption licensing
  • The ITAR: keys to get it right the first time
    • The “magic” needed to avoid an “RWA” notice
    • DSP-5s: tips and pitfalls
    • TAAs/MLAs
  • Deemed exports: awaking a sleeping giant
    • Identifying deemed exports (and deemed re-exports!)
    • Gathering the right information from the foreign nationals
    • Presenting the information effectively
    • Proper EAR licensing procedures
    • How to complete the license
    • Intelligence template
    • Renewals
    • Proper ITAR licensing procedures
    • DSP-5s
    • TAAs, if required
    • Recent enforcement of deemed export issues