Global Trade Labs Video: ITAR + OFAC Sanctions w/ Clark-Esposito Law

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This year the annual USCIS Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Exports Compliance Event is going virtual. Are you interested in learning more about export compliance and the ACE program?  


Then mark your calendars for the upcoming annual USCIS ACE Exports Compliance event taking place virtually on Tuesday, June 6th and Wednesday, June 7th from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET. This year’s event is brought to you in partnership with the U.S. Commercial Service of Philadelphia, the Mid Atlantic District Export Council (DEC), the U.S. Census Bureau, and Temple University.  


The event is a valuable opportunity for businesses and individuals who are involved in international trade to gain insights into the latest trends and regulations regarding export compliance. There will be a range of informative webinars, panel discussions, and networking opportunities for all participants.  


One of the highlights of the event is the webinar by our Managing Attorney, Deanna Clark, Esq., on the topic of ITAR & OFAC Sanctions Programs. With her extensive experience in the field of export compliance, Deanna will deliver an informative and engaging session that will provide participants with valuable insights into the latest regulatory requirements and compliance best practices.  


This year’s event is completely virtual, making it accessible to anyone who is interested in attending. To register for the event, simply visit the Eventbrite link here 


Whether you’re a seasoned exporter or new to the world of international trade, this event is an excellent opportunity to learn from experts in the field and connect with other professionals in the industry. 


Remember, at the Clark-Esposito Law Firm, P.C. we are determined to help you. Have questions? Give our office a call today (917) 546-6997. 

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