American Conference Institute: 5th National Forum on Export Enforcement and Investigations

American Conference Institute: 5th National Forum on Export Enforcement and Investigations

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Now in its fifth year, American Conference Institute's National Forum on Export Enforcement and Investigations will offer an exceptional faculty of senior business, legal and government officials, who will provide attendees with practical insights for handling multiple government investigations, defending and settling cases, as well as tips for mitigating their company’s exposure. Topics to be discussed include: Agencies’ enforcement approaches, priorities - and the degree of interagency cooperation; The scope of exporter and third party liability for export violations; Deemed export enforcement: Meeting agencies’ expectations for IT controls of technical data; What to do when agents show up at your door; Responding to government requests for documents, interviews and IT access; OFAC enforcement: What recent enforcement actions tell us about sanctions compliance expectations; Minimizing the risks of government export investigations arising out of FCPA cases; Recent penalty and sentencing trends; Handling multiple, overlapping government investigations; and Challenging DDTC determinations: How the Pulungan case affects civil and criminal exposure for ITAR violations.

WilmerHale Partner Ronald Meltzer will be a featured speaker at this event. He will speak on the topic of "The Personal Liability of Compliance Officials: When and How an Individual Can be on the Hook."

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