MITA Presents Export Compliance, Current Cuba and Iran Sanction Updates
US Export Controls and Trade Sanctions (“Export Sanctions”) and the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (the “FCPA”) are some of the most critical laws and regulations that US companies must consider when doing business internationally. An upcoming presentation will provide a summary of the Export Sanctions and the FCPA which will include discussion of recent developments occurring during the transition to a new Presidential administration.
The presentation will devote special focus to:
- Potential trade opportunities under recent amendments to the Cuban Export Sanctions,
- Current Export Sanctions against Iran,
- Recent partial suspension of the Sudanese sanctions,
- Very recent developments in the Russia and Ukraine Export Sanctions,
- Department of Justice’s 1-year pilot enforcement program which offers cooperation credit for companies making self-disclosure of FCPA violations and limits cooperation credit for companies that fail to self-disclose, and
- Summary of ongoing investigations and Export Sanctions and FCPA enforcement actions recently concluded by the US government.
This event will take place on March 16th from 8-11:30 a.m. and will be held at Tiburon Golf Couse Clubhouse, 10302 South 168th Street, Omaha, NE.
Information on how to register, as well as membership information or how to become a sponsor of the World Trade Conference, can be found at www.mitaonline.org or by contacting the office at (402) 596-1210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.