Tag: violations

Unlicensed Exports Apply To All Foreign National Students It’s been several years since the imprisonment of John Reece Roth, a former University of Tennessee electrical engineering professor who was convicted of conspiracy, wire fraud and fifteen (15) violations of exporting ITAR controlled defense articles.  Professor Roth was involved in a U.S. Air Force contract for…

Who’s Responsible For Trade Compliance? This is a question that most companies struggle with when it comes to their imports or exports. Who is responsible? The answer… everyone! Some companies might have a designated Trade Compliance Manager who oversees the trade compliance program. Others might even have a dedicated team built just for compliance. Other…

No, Huawei is not the Godfather and Huawei with its subsidiaries do not constitute an Organized Crime Family, but the Department of Justice (DOJ) (Eastern District of New York) released a superseding indictment in its federal case against Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (“Huawei”). The superseding indictment consolidated and expanded upon earlier charges of bank and…

Like many trade compliance professionals, I go out and peruse various trade compliance newsletters, the U.S. government agencies websites, and other media to keep up-to-date on compliance issues.  Recently, my attention was caught by a case involving Darling Industries of Tucson, Arizona. A closer look at Empowered Officials On February 28, 2019, the Directorate of…