"Essentials of Export Controls: Lessons Learned for Compliance," Mass Export Center

May 2010
Location: Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center, Fall River (directions)

U.S. businesses and individuals are subject to an increasingly complex array of regulatory controls on the export of their products, services and technical data. Recent significant increases in penalty amounts have sharpened the ability of export enforcement agencies to target wrongdoers. These developments coincide with a dramatic increase in investigative and enforcement activity involving businesses of every size.

During this program, you will be provided with cutting edge information designed to forestall enforcement activities against your business, including the following:

  • Overview of the Export Administration Regulations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, Antiboycott Regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and how each regulatory regime impacts both your domestic and foreign activities.
  • Methods for determining which regulatory regime applies to your current or
    anticipated business activities, and steps for ensuring compliance.
  • Key ingredients of an effective security and compliance program
  • Recent enforcement trends and lessons learned from recent enforcement actions
  • Best practices tips



Kerry Scarlott, Esquire, Director with Goulston & Storrs


Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Registration:  8:30 a.m.
Program:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon


Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center, Fall River (directions)


$55 includes seminar materials and continental breakfast. A special discounted price of $40 is available for members of the Compliance Alliance.


Massachusetts Export Center at 508-999-1388 or register online with link below.

Register online