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International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) Fact vs. Myth!

Has a Prime Contractor or Procurement Officer ever asked if your organization is registered with the DDTC / ITAR?

Whether or not your organization is currently registered, this is a great opportunity to learn the facts about registration requirements and an update on the Export Controls Reform Initiative (ECR).

The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) requires those that manufacture, export, or temporarily import defense articles, and those that provide defense services to register with the Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC). A single transaction or event triggers this legal requirement.  Those that “broker” transactions involving defense articles and defense services must register as well.

Join us as international business and trade attorney Jon P. Yormick, Special Counsel at Phillips Lytle LLP helps to bust myths and provide guidance on what manufacturers/companies, non-profits, colleges, and universities need to know about registering with the DDTC, what to do if a company has not registered with DDTC, but should have, and whether ECR might relieve a party of DDTC registration.

Click here to register!

Presenter:      Jon P. Yormick, Esq.  Special Counsel, Phillips Lytle LLP

Date:               Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Time:              2 pm to 4 pm

Where:            High Tech Rochester

                        150 Lucius Gordon Dr, West Henrietta, NY 14586

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