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Coping With U.S. Export Controls 2016

Publication Date: December 2016 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402428067 Page Count: 844 pages

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Chapter 1: Destined for Terror: Coping with the Most Restrictive of U.S. Export Controls: Embargoed and Terrorist-Supporting Countries, Countries Subject to Special Controls, and Sanctioned Persons (October 17, 2016) Parvin Huda ~
R. Elizabeth Abraham ~
Chapter 2: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: Redefining U.S. Export Controls: Takeaways from Key Changes Effective September 1st (September 1, 2016)
Chapter 3: Steptoe Client Advisory: Export Control Definitions Finalized: BIS Codifies Encryption Safe Harbor but DDTC Punts on Defense Services (June 16, 2016)
Chapter 4: Steptoe Client Advisory: Major Chinese Telecommunications Equipment Company Added to BIS Entity List (March 16, 2016)
Chapter 5: Brokering Under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations John P Barker ~ Arnold & Porter LLP
Chapter 6: Steptoe Client Advisory: BIS Issues Guidance on Russia Entity List Designees, BIS and OFAC Issue New Designations (December 28, 2015)
Chapter 7: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: OFAC Rings in the New Year with More Details on its Cyber Sanctions Program (January 5, 2016)
Chapter 8: Covington, Developments in U.S., EU, and UN Sanctions Against North Korea (March 8, 2016)
Chapter 9: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: UN and U.S. Sanctions Target North Korea: Impacts for Asia and Beyond (April 4, 2016)
Chapter 10: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: U.S. Announces End of Myanmar Sanctions—What Will Go and What Remains? (October 10, 2016)
Chapter 11: Covington, United States Further Eases Cuba Trade Embargo and Terminates Burma/Myanmar Sanctions; Recent Developments in U.S. Sanctions Against Iran and Russia (October 17, 2016)
Chapter 12: Steptoe Client Advisory: Obama Administration Continues Easing of Cuba Sanctions (October 16, 2015)
Chapter 13: U.S. Export Controls: Cuba and Iran Alan W Christian ~ Senior Export Policy Analyst - Foreign Policy Division, Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce
Chapter 14: Covington, United States, EU Implement Significant Iran Sanctions Relief (January 17, 2016)
Chapter 15: Covington, U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments Further Ease Restrictions on Trade with Cuba (January 28, 2016)
Chapter 16: Steptoe Client Advisory: Easing of Trade Finance and Other Changes to Cuba Sanctions Regime (February 8, 2016)
Chapter 17: Covington, U.S. Treasury and Commerce Departments Further Ease Cuba Travel and Trade Restrictions (March 17, 2016)
Chapter 18: Steptoe Client Advisory: Partial Opening of US Financial System to Cuba and Easing of Other Trade Restrictions (March 23, 2016)
Chapter 19: Covington, U.S. Treasury Department Publishes New Guidance on Iran Sanctions Relief (June 9, 2016)
Chapter 20: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: U.S. Government Continues to Create New Opportunities for Trade with Cuba (October 17, 2016)
Chapter 21: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: Implementation Day: Foreign Subsidiaries of U.S. Companies (January 18, 2016)
Chapter 22: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: Implementation Day—Financial Institutions and Financial Transactions (January 19, 2016)
Chapter 23: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: Iran Sanctions Changes: Impact on the Aviation Sector (January 26, 2016)
Chapter 24: Pillsbury Global Trade and Sanctions Law Blog: OFAC Authorizes Temporary Sojourn of USControlled Aircraft to Iran (July 29, 2016)
Chapter 25: OFAC General License H and Frequently Asked Questions Relating to the Lifting of Certain U.S. Sanctions Under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Implementation Day—K. Foreign Entities Owned or Controlled by U.S. Persons (January 16, 2016)
Chapter 26: Statement of Deputy Assistant Secretary Andrew Keller, U.S. Department of State Bureau for Economic and Business Affairs, before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade (June 9, 2016)
Chapter 27: Statement of Kevin J. Wolf, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration, Before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Information Technology And the House Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies (January 12, 2016)
Chapter 28: Exporting Technology and Software, Particularly Encryption (October 2016) Benjamin H Flowe Jr. ~ Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP
Daniel Fisher-Owens ~ Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP
Chapter 29: Chapter 17: Export Controls, Practising Law Institute, Corporate Compliance Answer Book 2017, pp. 592–601 Ronald A Oleynik ~ Holland & Knight LLP
Jonathan M Epstein ~ Holland & Knight LLP
Antonia I Tzinova ~ Holland & Knight LLP
Chapter 30: Summary of Major U.S. Export Enforcement, Economic Espionage, Trade Secret and Embargo-Related Criminal Cases (January 2010 to the present: updated June 27, 2016) David H Laufman ~ Chief, Counterintelligence and Export Control Section, U.S. Department of Justice, National Security Division
Chapter 31: Guidance Regarding Voluntary Self-Disclosures, Cooperation, and Remediation in Export Control and Sanctions Investigations Involving Business Organizations
Chapter 32: Steptoe Client Advisory: New BIS Enforcement Guidance Yields Useful Insight, but Few Practical Changes (July 26, 2016)
Chapter 33: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: Barclays “Bank Plc Settles Potential Civil Liability for Apparent Violations of the Zimbabwe Sanctions Regulations, February 8, 2016
Chapter 34: Epsilon Electronics Inc. v. U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, et al., Civil Action No. 14-2220 (RBW) (D.D.C. March 7, 2016), Memorandum Opinion
Chapter 35: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: MasterCard International Incorporated Receives a Finding of Violation Regarding Violations of the Reporting, Procedures and Penalties Regulations, March 16, 2016
Chapter 36: In re Microwave Engineering Corporation, United States Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Consent Agreement, June 20, 2016
Chapter 37: In re Microwave Engineering Corporation, United States Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Order, June 20, 2016
Chapter 38: In re Alcon Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and Alcon Laboratories, Inc., United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, Order, Settlement Agreement and Proposed Charging Letter, June 2016
Chapter 39: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: Alcon Laboratories, Inc., Alcon Pharmaceuticals Ltd., and Alcon Management, SA, Settle Potential Civil Liability for Apparent Violations of the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations and the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations, July 5, 2016
Chapter 40: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: Compass Bank Receives a Finding of Violation Regarding Violations of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Sanctions Regulations, July 27, 2016
Chapter 41: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: Humana, Inc. Receives a Finding of Violation Regarding Violations of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Sanctions Regulations, August 2, 2016
Chapter 42: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company Receives a Finding of Violation Regarding Violations of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Sanctions Regulations, August 2, 2016
Chapter 43: Release of OFAC Enforcement Information: PanAmerican Seed Company Settles Potential Civil Liability for Alleged Violations of the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations, September 13, 2016
Chapter 44: Rules of Professional Responsibility in an Export Controls/Sanctions Practice Matthew T West ~ Baker Botts L.L.P.
Chapter 45: Select Trade Control Regulations Relevant to the Provision of Legal Services Greta Lichtenbaum ~ O'Melveny & Myers LLP
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Peter L Flanagan, Covington & Burling LLP
Christopher R Wall, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
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