The multinational scopes of US and EU export controls and economic sanctions laws

Instructor: David Lorello
Product ID: 700820
  • Duration: 60 Min

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Last Recorded Date: Nov-2010

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Understand the regulatory framework for increasing export controls and sanctions restrictions and how to manage both for US and EU.

Why Should You Attend:

Over the last several years, the regulatory framework for export controls and economic sanctions in the United States and European Union has undergone significant changes, and the risk of enforcement in the event of non-compliance has grown. This webinar will provide an overview of the risks for companies, an update on recent developments, and practical tips for managing compliance requirements.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand where export controls and sanctions risks apply.
  • Understand how best to manage compliance with the relevant requirements, both in the US and EU.
  • Understand how the regulations are being enforced, and the consequences of non-compliance.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • Overview of US and EU export controls and sanctions.
  • Overview of enforcement history for export/sanctions infractions.
  • Practical compliance suggestions for affected companies.

Who Will Benefit:

  • The primary companies that will benefit will be those who operate in high-tech sectors
  • Defense companies
  • Oil and gas service providers
  • Software developers
  • Organization that does business in the Middle East (where sanctions restrictions tend to be focused)

Instructor Profile:

David Lorello, is a partner in the London office of Steptoe & Johnson. Mr. Lorello is a member of the firm's International Department.

Mr. Lorello has assisted clients in investigating issues arising under the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and related US and European anti-corruption laws, and developing anti-corruption compliance programs. Mr. Lorello has also represented clients before the World Bank Sanctions Committee in defending against allegations of corrupt practices in World Bank procurement. Mr. Lorello has particular experience in managing corporate investigations in Europe, including in managing and maintaining compliance with EU data protection laws and related laws restricting the review and sharing of information in Europe in the course of investigations.

Mr. Lorello regularly represents clients before the major agencies responsible for export controls and economic sanctions laws and regulations, both in the United States and European Union. Mr. Lorello has assisted clients in export and sanctions licensing and compliance issues with regard to a variety of industries and products, including encryption and other computer technologies, satellites, military items, and other goods and technology controlled for export for national security reasons.

Mr. Lorello's practice includes extensive experience in assisting clients in developing effective export compliance strategies, including preparing export license requests, voluntary self-disclosures and intra-company agreements and policies necessary to ensure export controls and economic sanctions compliance.

Mr. Lorello also is engaged in the firm’s international commercial arbitration practice. Mr. Lorello has provided representation in a range of commercial matters, including sovereign disputes, and commercial trade disputes and insurance/reinsurance matters under the auspices of the International Chamber of Commerce, Court of Arbitration, the London Court of International Arbitration, and other major arbitral venues.

Mr. Lorello also has supported the firm's representation of clients in safeguards and antidumping/countervailing duty proceedings brought both domestically and internationally pursuant to the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Understanding, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and foreign jurisdictions. He has represented clients on a number of complex legal issues arising under US unfair trade laws, as well as related international agreements for the conduct of international trade.

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