Export Controls and Cloud Computing: Complying With ITAR, EAR, and Evolving Sanctions Laws
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide international trade counsel with a review of the compliance challenges with export control and economic sanctions laws for cloud users and providers. The panel will offer best practices to meet the requirements of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions regulations.
- Applicable export control and economic sanction laws
- OFAC/sanctions laws
- Compliance challenges
- For cloud users
- For cloud providers
- Best practices for compliance
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What is BIS, DDTC, and OFAC guidance on export control compliance for cloud storage and computing services?
- What export control compliance challenges do cloud users and providers face?
- What best practices should cloud users and their counsel employ to ensure compliance with ITAR, EAR, and sanctions requirements?
Alexandra (Alex) Baj
Steptoe & Johnson
Ms. Baj focuses her practice on export controls and economic sanctions laws and regulations, anti-corruption... | Read More
Ms. Baj focuses her practice on export controls and economic sanctions laws and regulations, anti-corruption investigations and compliance, international trade, and security clearance issues. She has represented clients in the aerospace and defense, metals and mining, telecommunications, software, lumber, nuclear, capital equipment, and food processing industries.Close
Michael T. Gershberg
Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson
Mr. Gershberg's practice focuses on the representation of foreign and domestic clients regarding the application of... | Read More
Mr. Gershberg's practice focuses on the representation of foreign and domestic clients regarding the application of economic sanctions and export control laws and regulations, including EAR, ITAR, and economic sanctions administered by the OFAC. He also advises clients on their obligations under the antiboycott and anti-money laundering rules. Mr. Gershberg's work in the export control and economic sanctions area includes advocacy before governmental agencies, conducting internal investigations, and preparing voluntary self-disclosures and other legal submissions. He also assists clients in connection with export transactions and enforcement issues, due diligence for M&As, economic sanctions and export control training, determining export jurisdiction and classification, developing compliance plans and providing compliance counseling, and export licensing.Close
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Ms. Motazedi counsels global and U.S. companies on international trade matters, including OFAC sanctions, import/export... | Read More
Ms. Motazedi counsels global and U.S. companies on international trade matters, including OFAC sanctions, import/export regulations, and navigating the CFIUS review process. Ms. Motazedi’s global experience is highlighted by her work helping clients understand sanctions against a number of countries whose sanctions are constantly evolving in today’s political atmosphere, including Iran, Russia, Cuba and Venezuela, among others. Further, she assists clients with obtaining licenses from governmental authorities, submitting export classifications and commodity jurisdiction determinations for ITAR- and EAR-controlled items, and reviewing potential investments under regulations administered by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.Close