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United States Export Controls (7th Edition)
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By John R. Liebman, Roszel C. Thomsen II, James E. Bartlett III and John C. Pisa-Relli
Enforcement of export laws and regulations is not just a theoretical
concern. Penalties can include heavy fines, debarment from
contracting with the United States government, imprisonment, and
withdrawal of the privilege of exporting.
United States Export Controls (7th Edition) provides the guidance
exporters and those who work with them need to meet the legal
requirements and the day-to-day operational demands of export control
• Types of export controls
• Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
• International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
• Enforcement and sanctions
• Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Export Controls
• Antiboycott provisions of the EAR
• Chemical Weapons Convention
Whether your concern is an export licensing problem related to specific
transactions or a marketing strategy to minimize the impact of controls
more broadly, this is an essential reference.
John R. Liebman — Mr. Liebman retired as Senior Counsel at McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP at the end of 2012 and now is an independent non-lawyer consultant and expert witness. For more than fifty years, Mr. Liebman’s law practice emphasized international trade regulation, trade finance, technology transfer, and multinational business transactions. In the area of export regulation, Mr. Liebman has advised aerospace and defense contractors, subcontractors, and academic and research institutions. Prior to his private law career, Mr. Liebman served in Washington, D.C. with the Agency for International Development, Department of State, first as counsel and later as program director. He is a recipient of the National Order of the Southern Cross from the Brazilian Government and was listed in Best Lawyers in America and Southern California Super Lawyers for his work in International Trade and Finance Law for the past several years.
As a recognized expert in U.S. export controls, Mr. Liebman served as a member of the President’s Export Council Subcommittee on Encryption (“PECSENC”) by appointment of the Secretary of Commerce from 1998-2001, and served as a member of both the President’s Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration (“PECSEA”) and the Defense Trade Advisory Group (“DTAG”), U.S. Department of State. He was also an advisor to the Pardee Center at RAND Corporation, and has been a lecturer at the UCLA School of Law and an adjunct professor of law at Loyola Law School. Prior to entering law school, he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. He now resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
James E. Bartlett III
James E. Bartlett III — Mr. Bartlett practices law in Washington, DC, at the Law Office of James E. Bartlett III, PLLC, 202-802-0646, [email protected], and is a partner and Director of U.S. Operations of Full Circle Compliance BV, of Amsterdam and Washington, DC. He is the author of Bartlett’s Annotated ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), Bartlett’s Annotated FTR/AES (Foreign Trade Regulations), Bartlett’s Annotated NISPOM (National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual), editor of the Society of International Affairs “Pocket ITAR” (updated quarterly), editor of The Export/Import Daily Update newsletter (“The Daily Bugle”), General Counsel of the International Compliance Professionals Association, and Adjunct Professor, University of Liverpool. Mr. Bartlett was previously Assistant General Counsel, Defense Intelligence Agency; Director of Global Trade Controls for Harris Corporation; and Senior Counsel, Export-Import Law, for Northrop-Grumman Corporation. Mr. Bartlett is also a licensed U.S. Customs Broker. Mr. Bartlett was awarded an LL.M. in Government Procurement at The George Washington University Law School.
John C. Pisa-Relli
John C. Pisa-Relli — Mr. Pisa-Relli is the managing director of global trade compliance at Accenture, one of the world’s leading technology, consulting and outsourcing firms. In this capacity, he leads the company’s internal trade compliance program and an international legal team of trade compliance professionals. Previously, Mr. Pisa-Relli led the U.S. trade compliance program at Thales, a Fortune Global 500 aerospace and defense firm headquartered in Europe. He also handled international trade and investment matters in private practice at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson and at Foley & Lardner. Mr. Pisa-Relli spent the first decade of his legal career in public service as a case officer in the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Export Administration, the U.S. State Department’s Office of Defense Trade Controls, and the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. Mr. Pisa-Relli is a prolific speaker and writer on corporate ethics and compliance, with a focus on export controls and economic sanctions. He serves on advisory boards for the American Conference Institute and Thomson Reuters, and is a past Vice Chair and current Steering Committee member of the Export Control and Economic Sanctions Committee in the Section of International Law of the American Bar Association.
Roszel C. Thomsen II
ROSZEL C. THOMSEN is a Partner at the law firm of Thomsen and Burke LLP, with offices in Washington, DC, and Baltimore, MD. Mr. Thomsen received his AB cum laude from Harvard College, and his JD and MA from American University’s Washington College of Law and School of International Service. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland and various federal courts. Mr. Thomsen’s practice is focused on international trade and investment law, with emphasis on representing information technology and life sciences companies and their trade associations in regulatory, legislative and enforcement matters. Mr. Thomsen is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, a co-author of United States Export Controls, and an editor of the Journal of Internet Law. He is a member of the Steering Committee on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Information Technology Study Group, a member of the Commerce Department, Bureau of Industry and Security’s Information Systems Technical Advisory Committee, a member of the United States Trade Representative’s International Trade Advisory Committee on the Digital Economy, and has participated as an Industry Representative on the United States Delegation to the Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls in Vienna, Austria.
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