World ECR Releases Special Report: "U.S.A. 2015: Key Trends and Challenges in Export Controls and Sanctions"
The London-based journal of export controls and sanctions, World ECR, recently released a special report focusing on U.S. export controls and sanctions issues.
The report, entitled U.S.A. 2015: Key trends and challenges in export controls and sanctions, includes three in-depth pieces which cover topics of particular relevance to the export control and sanctions landscape:
- The impact of evolving U.S.-Cuba and U.S.-Iran relations
- The effectiveness of U.S. export control reform
- The challenges that digital technology poses for compliance
The report features quotes from Jacobson Burton PLLC attorneys Doug Jacobson and Michael Burton and a profile of the firm, as well as quotes from and profiles of other prominent U.S.-based lawyers and firms in the export controls and sanctions field. The full report can be accessed below.
Please note that World ECR is hosting "The World ECR Export Controls and Sanctions Forum 2015" in the Washington, D.C. area on September 21-22, 2015. The forum, which will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, will include presentations and sessions on a variety of U.S. and non-U.S. export control and sanctions topics. More information on this program can be found here.
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