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Legal Compliance for Emerging Cyber Technologies
Wednesday, June 02, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Category: Cyber & Technology SIG

Trade Regulations Apply to Tech! – Learn what trade regulations might govern your technology and technology business, even if you haven’t gone to market yet or are not selling outside of the U.S.   We will discuss:

  • How export controls apply to ALL U.S. technology (including cyber technology) – even if the technology never leaves the United States!
  • What sanctions on China, Russia, Iran, Venezuela, and other places and persons mean for your business, product development, and sales. 
  • The legal limitations and requirements of accepting funds from foreign investors.
  • Do you want to sell to the government? – The national security and Buy American restrictions to consider to be competitive in the procurement space. (Hint, it’s not necessarily enough to assemble your components or download software in the U.S. to be Buy American compliant!)
  • How import laws, taxes, and prohibitions affecting your supply chain, including the import of materials and components, may affect your business and your bottom line.

Speakers

Doreen Edelman chairs Lowenstein Sandler’s Global Trade & Policy team.  Doreen advises clients on U.S. import and export regulations and supply chain diligence. She focuses on corporate strategies to minimize trade risks and inefficiencies for her clients. She counsels U.S. technology companies and foreign entities on OFAC‘s economic sanctions, represents companies making import and export voluntary disclosures, conducts internal investigations, and ensures clients understand how to take advantage of trade agreements, duty exclusions and foreign country of origin designations to reduce costs. Doreen was recognized as a 2021 “Top Advisor” by Foreign Investment Watch for her CFIUS work and has been quoted on CNN and Bloomberg and in The Wall Street JournalThe Hill, and other publications due to her in-depth knowledge of trade policy.

Laura Fraedrich is a senior counsel in Lowenstein Sandler’s Global Trade & Policy practice. Laura has nearly 25 years of experience counseling clients on complex international trade matters across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, energy, and telecommunications. Laura’s practice focuses on helping companies achieve their business goals while complying with U.S. regulatory regimes enforced by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), the Office of Foreign Assets Control, the Departments of Commerce and State, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Laura is a member of the board of directors of Kluwer Law International's Global Trade and Customs Journal. She has taught international trade law at the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University.


Abbey Baker 
is a counsel in Lowenstein Sandler’s Global Trade & Policy practice, where she works with businesses and entrepreneurs seeking to expand their market position in the global economy while considering national security, trade regulation, and foreign policy concerns. Abbey has deep experience representing companies in a wide range of industries, including aerospace and aviation, night vision and thermal imaging, software as a service (SAAS), biotech, fintech, and other new and emerging technology spaces. Her experience analyzing, identifying, and leveraging opportunities for doing business worldwide while avoiding the pitfalls associated with global trade has allowed her to guide clients through obstacles in regions around the world.