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Fish at the Podium

Franceska Schroeder Speaking at C5's US Defence Trade Controls: Under State and Commerce

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016, 3:30 pm EST

Fish at the Podium

Franceska Schroeder Speaking at C5's US Defence Trade Controls: Under State and Commerce

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016, 3:30 pm EST

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On January 20, 2016, Fish’s Franceska Schroeder (Washington, DC) is speaking at the session, “Benefits, Risks and Consequences of Self-Disclosure under Commerce and State: When does it Make Sense for Mitigating Potential Damages?” at C5’s US Defence Trade Controls: Under State and Commerce in London, U.K. The conference brings together distinguished faculty of industry and government leaders to discuss the subtle differences between ITAR and the EAR, the challenge of migrating jurisdictions, and keep up to date with changes to export controls.

More information on discussion topics and panelists is below. Please visit the conference website here to register.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

 3:30 PM

Benefits, Risks and Consequences of Self-Disclosure under Commerce and State: When does it Make Sense for Mitigating Potential Damages?

Kay Georgi, Partner
Arent Fox (USA)

Franceska O. Schroeder, Principal
Fish & Richardson (USA)

Tahlia Townsend, Partner
Wiggin and Dana (USA)

Topics will include:

  • When are companies obligated by law to make a self-disclosure under Commerce and State?
  • Mitigating potential damages: pros and cons of making a self-disclosure under ITAR and the EAR
  • Risks of voluntary disclosure: the potential for slowed licence approvals
  • How to balance the time needed to make a thorough internal investigation into the situation, and disclosing in a timely manner
    • How much time are companies allowed between making an initial disclosure and providing a more comprehensive disclosure?
  • What information is actually required in aselfdisclosure under the different agencies?
    • Risks of providing inaccurate information

 

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