Welcome to The Trade Practitioner, a resource for current developments in international trade and national security. This blog provides a wealth of information to help you strengthen organizational trade compliance, gain regulatory understanding and heighten awareness to the impact that national security concerns have on international trade. The blog also tracks important trade policy issues and international trade agreement negotiations. The Topics column below organizes our blog posts by focus areas, and the sections on CFIUS Resources, Sanctions: Non-US Organizations and Persons (e.g., Russia) and Learning Center are reservoirs of pertinent official government publications and our original contents, including thought leadership, presentations and training materials. Scroll down further to Events and Training Opportunities for information on a variety of gatherings that may be of interest to you.
We update our CFIUS Resources page continuously to provide you with reliable, timely information on CFIUS filings and statuses, and related regulatory developments.
|SANCTIONS: NON-US ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONS
We track sanctions developments from around the world. In particular, due to the current conflict and crisis in Ukraine, we are focusing on the evolving sanctions imposed by several governments on Russia and Russia-aligned regions and certain individuals. The jurisdictions in focus are:
In our Learning Center you will find PowerPoint presentations and webinars on export controls, sanctions and other trade compliance and policy topics. You will also find our ITAR Practitioner’s Handbook and other materials.
Recent Development in International Trade New Executive Order (EO) on US Outbound Investment in Emerging Technology in China – Issues, Impacts, & Challenges | August 22, 2023 | *Webinar* – Join members of our International Trade and Public Policy teams as they break down and analyze the new EO; explain the newly launched comment process that will determine the details of this framework; and discuss how corporations, investors, and other stakeholders in the US and around the world should consider the EO and regulations as they make future investment decisions. See here for webinar recording and presentation slides.
(And more available in the Learning Center)
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Handbook
- Predicting and Managing the Risks of Doing Business in China – webinar recording and presentation (July 2023)
- Global Investment Control Expertise – CFIUS, FDI and NSIA (April 2023)
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Intermediate Workshop (October 2022)
- What US Russian Sanctions Mean for US Trade Contracts and Negotiations and webinar recording (March 2022)
- Critical Developments for the Global Supply Chains of Japanese Businesses – webinar recording and presentation (October 2021)
- Introduction to the ITAR (September 2021)
- Introduction to the EAR (September 2021)
- Understanding How the ITAR and the EAR Apply to Contaminated UK Products and Technology, Including EAR De Minimis and Direct Product Rules (September 2021)
- Update on CFIUS and FIRRMA (March 2021)
- Understanding Information and Communication Technology and Services (ICTS) Covered Transactions – Six Categories of ICTS End-Uses (March 2021)
- WATCH: What Are International Sanctions? (January 2021)
The Trade Practitioner is a product of the Squire Patton Boggs International Trade Practice. We hope The Trade Practitioner will become your go-to reference, resource and learning center on different international trade topics. Please contact us at InternationalTradeCompliance@squirepb.com with any questions. For specific inquiries on US export controls compliance, please contact SPBUSExportControls@squirepb.com.