Tag Archives: ITAR

Wanted: Serviceable Definition of “Defense Service”

This post was written by Joelle E.K. Laszlo. In an effort to update U.S. policy to “enhanc[e] support to allies and friends, improv[e] efficiency in licensing, and reduc[e] unintended consequences,” the State Department (“State” or “the Department”) has proposed to revise the definition of “defense service” in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”). While … Continue Reading

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office To Assist in Enforcing U.S. Export Regulations

This post was written Christopher B. Monahan. The new Form I-129 has highlighted the restrictions on deemed exports of technology to foreign national employees. Originally effective December 23, 2010, the new form requires employers to certify that they will not “release” controlled technology or data to an H-1B, L-1 or O-1 worker without the appropriate … Continue Reading

Regulatory Round Up 12.16.10

Around this time of year many people look forward to the ringing of bells. Bryan Rahija wants your help in ensuring that we have year-round blowing of the whistles. If the estate tax was called the death tax, would we all try to live a little healthier? (It’s the holidays – I’ll make and break … Continue Reading