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Coping with U.S. Export Controls 2008
Evan R. Berlack, Peter L. Flanagan
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Overview of U.S. Export Controls
Chapter 2. Department of Commerce Export Controls
Chapter 3. Department of Commerce Controls on Reexports and Other Activity Abroad
Chapter 4. “End Use” Controls in the Export Administration Regulations
Chapter 5. The “Treasury” Anti-Boycott Statute
Chapter 6. Challenges of Maintaining Compliance with U.S. Antiboycott Requirements
Chapter 7. Brokering under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations
Chapter 8. A Brief Primer on the International Traffic in Arms Regulations(“ITAR”)
Chapter 9. Destined for Terror: Coping with the Most Restrictive of U.S. Export Controls
Chapter 10. Exporting Technology and Software, Particularly Encryption
Chapter 11. The “Ten Step” Plan: Recovery from Denial of Technology Transfers
Chapter 12. Key Elements of an Effective U.S. Foreign Trade Controls Compliance Program
Chapter 13. Voluntary Self-Disclosures: Choosing among Bad Options to Survive
Chapter 14. When Is Enough, Enough? The Unforeseen Risks of U.S. Economic Sanctions and Export Controls on Financial Institutions
Chapter 15. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Compliance and Enforcement in the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls U.S. Department of State
Chapter 16. Working with BIS and Reviewing Agencies on Export Compliance
Chapter 17. Nets to Catch the Wind? Controlling Technology in Offshoring, Outsourcing and Collaborative Environments
Chapter 18. Office of Foreign Assets Control: Economic Sanctions Enforcement Guidelines
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