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May 25, 2011 

EU Export Controls for North American Trade Compliance Professionals to be Held in DC on July 18, 2011

The Trusted Trade Institute is holding a one-day program on European Union (EU) export controls on July 18, in the Washington, DC area.

The program, entitled "EU Export Controls for North American Trade Compliance Professionals" is being held the Monday before the annual BIS Update Conference on Export Controls, in order to allow those who reside outside of the Washington, DC area to attend both programs in one trip.

This Special Master Class is designed to give participants an overview of the essentials of EU dual-use export controls, with an introduction into the complexity presented by the national administration
of those controls (and their own additional controls) by the individual EU Member States.

Led by a senior official of Germany’s export control agency, this program will outline parallels and contrasts between the EU and US regulatory systems. The program will feature practical presentations and information presented by leading export control attorneys and consultants from the perspective of both
in-house counsel and outside counsel/consultants. The program will also feature keynote remarks by Kevin Wolf, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Assistant Secretary for Export Administration.

Further information on these programs, including the agenda, speaker bios and registration information, can be found below. The direct registration page can be found here.

EU Export_Controls_2011_Trusted Trade Institute July 18, 2011

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