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Upcoming Live Webinars

Our live webinars combine PowerPoint slides and streaming live video to keep the topics both interesting and informative. All webinars include a 60 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute comprehensive Q&A session. All attendees receive a copy of the presentation, certificate of completion, and access to the recorded version of the webinar via email.


In today’s global economy, companies seeking to acquire or merge with other firms may be buying a lot more than they bargained for unless they invest the necessary time and resources in exploring and assessing the potential import, export or economic sanctions liability of the target. Under the principle of Successor Liability, companies that engage in cross-border purchases and sales of goods, as well as transfers of information and technologies, may unwittingly inherit a potential target’s trade compliance violations and liabilities. However, there are strategies that companies can employ to ensure that potential compliance issues are identified and addressed well before the final date of closing. These strategies may also result in unexpected rewards as companies may discover a bevy of previously unexplored duty and cost-saving opportunities that can be seized upon post-closing.

Exporting to the US and Foreign Governments

November 20, 2019
1:00-2:30 PM EST
Instructor: Scott Gearity

The United States federal government is the single largest buyer of goods and services in the world. When these purchases require delivery of hardware, software, technology, and services outside the US, it’s time to think about export controls. As a government contractor or subcontractor you do not have the luxury of ignoring the regulations merely because the federal government is your customer. When a sale to the government is also an export to the government, it’s important to understand the implications under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations.