Globalization has substantially expanded the world of our clients. Many U.S. companies now have subsidiaries abroad and employ foreign nationals overseas and in their U.S. offices. Clients transfer software and technology around the globe daily and share information across borders with the click of a button.

This increase in global networking creates a number of export issues and triggers certain licensing requirements that many clients are not always aware of. To further complicate matters, the U.S. government is currently revising export compliance laws and has increased enforcement measures and violation penalties, making compliance more critical than ever.

Export Regulations

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