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Export Controls

The United States and other countries around the world restrict the export and reexport of certain products and technology for national security, foreign policy and a host of additional public policy reasons. U.S. export controls in particular are designed to prevent the most sensitive and strategic items from being delivered to individuals, entities and countries that are hostile to the United States and its allies and strategic partners around the world.

Miller Proctor Law provides advice and counsel on the full array of export control requirements imposed by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Foreign Trade Regulations. Specifically —
  • ITAR registration and D-Trade2 account set up assistance
  • Commodity jurisdiction, export classification and licensing determinations
  • Preparation of commodity jurisdiction requests, commodity classification requests and advisory opinions
  • Export classification and licensing of items with cryptographic features
  • EAR Deemed export and ITAR technical data transfer compliance
  • U.S. antiboycott requirements
  • Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) system requirements
  • Engagement of foreign distributors and agents
  • Internal audits and compliance assessments
  • Assessment of potential export liability in due diligence investigations for mergers, acquisitions and divestitures
  • Assistance with on-boarding and assimilation new business units post-closing
  • Customized in-house training
  • Designing or enhancing effective export compliance programs
  • Documented export compliance policies and procedures
  • Representation during all phases of export enforcement actions, as well as assistance with voluntary disclosures, detentions, seizures and penalty cases
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Please contact us should you have any questions about these services or other international trade issues.
Melissa M. Proctor
President and CEO
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