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The Canadian Perspective on US Export Controls

As part of  the April 5-6, 2017 ITAR Defense Trade Controls Seminar in Washington DC, John Boscariol (McCarthy Tétrault) presents on a number of issues specific to Canadian companies and how they are impacted by United States regulations.  Compliance issues and possible conflicts are identified and practical advice for compliance will be addressed. 


The Canadian Perspective (John Boscariol / McCarthy Tétrault)

  • The impact of new sanctions policies under the Trump Administration on the interaction of US and Canadian trade controls

  • How do key differences in US and Canadian sanctions administration and enforcement affect your operations?

  • How does Canada control the export of US-origin goods and technology?

  • "Damned if you do, damned if you don’t": Navigating conflicting US and Canadian laws on trade with Cuba

  • How can you comply with both US EAR deemed export/re-export rules and Canadian employment and human rights laws?

  • Continuing challenges in the interaction of ITAR and Canada’s Defence Production Act (Controlled Goods Regulations)