WEBCAST

Deemed Exports Tips, Challenges, and Strategies

Webcast overview

Increasingly companies rely on an international workforce to achieve and accelerate business goals. However, for companies that are also managing export control compliance, identifying and securing export-controlled technical data is a challenge. Identifying and hiring the best candidates means carefully balancing immigration requirements, anti-discrimination laws, and export control regulations. Failing to coordinate with your legal team, human resources, and export compliance team can lead to costly regulatory violations. 

In this 1-hour webcast, part of the Export Compliance Smart Practice Series , the KPMG team – Steven Brotherton, Jenna Leigh Glass, and Sydney Palmer - will be joined by Patrick Shen, a Partner at Fragomen Worldwide who previously served as Special Counsel for Immigration-related Unfair Employment Practices in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division.

This discussion will focus on several important topics that will help companies assess their risks and develop a compliance plan. Topics include:

  • Key deemed export concepts and misconceptions;
  • Technology Control Plan elements and strategies;
  • The interplay of U.S. immigration requirements, anti-discrimination laws, and export control laws and regulations;
  • Managing competing requirements and common missteps; and
  • Strategies for mitigating risks.

Moderator

Steven Brotherton

Steven Brotherton

U.S. & Global Export Controls & Sanctions Leader, KPMG US

Guest speaker

Patrick Shen

Patrick Shen

Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Featured speakers

Jenna Leigh Glass

Jenna Leigh Glass

Senior Manager, Tax, Trade & Customs, KPMG US

Sydney Palmer

Sydney Palmer

Senior Associate, Tax, Trade & Customs, KPMG US