Practice Makes Perfect—A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.
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Knowing when an export or reexport license is required under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) is critical to ensuring your company’s compliance with U.S. export controls and quite frankly, staying out of trouble. However, knowing how and when to use an available license exception under Part 740 of the EAR can be worth its weight in gold in terms of expediting the delivery of your products to non-U.S. customers. There are currently 18 license exceptions available under the EAR that enable companies to export faster and avoid wasting time and already strained resources on needlessly applying (and waiting) for licenses.
In this series of two webinars we will give attendees situational and transactional exercises to work on prior to both webinars. During the webinars we will use a combination of instruction and discussion of the exercises for a “practice makes perfect” approach to learning how to correctly utilize available EAR license exceptions.
In addition to the exercises, the instruction will cover these points:
- Commonly-used license exceptions including:
- Shipments of Limited Value (LVS)
- Country Group B Shipments (GBS)
- Civil End-Users (CIV)
- Temporary Exports (TMP)
- Servicing and Replacement of Parts and Equipment (RPL)
- Government Shipments (GOV)
- Aircraft (AVS)
- Encryption Commodities, Software, and Technology (ENC)
- Agricultural Commodities (AGR)
- Consumer Communications Devices (CCD)
- Strategic Trade Authorization (STA)
- Support for the Cuban People (SCP)
- Understanding when license exceptions can NEVER be used
- Implementing effective internal procedures for utilizing license exceptions
This combination of hands-on exercises, expert instruction, and participation in real-time question and answer sessions will be a unique opportunity to enhance your understanding of EAR license exceptions.
These webinars will provide PowerPoint slides and notes and include video and commentary from Melissa Proctor, who has spent more than 20 years making the complex export and import rules understandable and workable for companies of all sizes. She has assisted Fortune 500 companies, small and medium-sized companies, and startups in designing tailored strategies and effective solutions for complicated international trade issues. Melissa’s experience includes serving as a lead attorney on international trade matters for Polsinelli in Phoenix, working for international trade boutique law firms in Chicago and Miami, working for a Big 4 Accounting Firm in the field of international trade, and working as in-house counsel for Amazon. Melissa holds an LL.M (International and Comparative Law) from Georgetown, a J.D. from Valparaiso University, and Bachelor of Arts Degrees from Indiana University in Spanish and Russian.
Two Webinar Series: Unlike most ECTI webinars, this training consists of two webinars so as to maximize the benefits of using hands-on exercises and discussions.
Prerequisite: Participants should understand fundamental EAR issues and have at least basic familiarity with EAR exceptions.
- Internet (broadband recommended)
- Speakers/headset is required to hear the presentation (telephone call-in option must be requested)
- Access to your computer to install a small plug-in required by the webinar software
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October 17 & 26, 2017
Each webinar is 1.5 hours
1 Participant: $295.00
2-5 Participants: $221.25 each
(25% discount for all participants)
6 or more Participants: $147.50 each
(50% discount for all participants)
ECoP® EAR or ITAR Renewal Credits
Event#: 12388 (Part 1)
Event#: 12389 (Part 2)
CES: 1.5 each