International Trade Dinner at Harris Beach – Tuesday, June 6

Join us at Harris Beach for an enlightening discussion about the current climate, rules and regulations concerning International Trade.  These events at Harris Beach are always well attended by RRPC / New York Photonics members and involve plenty of lively discussion.

  • 5:00pm Registration/Reception
  • 6:00pm Dinner / Presentation

As the global photonics marketplace expands its reach to commercial operations of all sizes, businesses need help to successfully take advantage of growing international trade opportunities and avoid potential legal and regulatory pitfalls unique to cross-border activity. Various state and federal statutes, regulations and U.S. recognized international conventions are triggered when a domestic business conducts cross-border activity, including the disclosure of export-controlled materials to foreign nationals within domestic borders.  The presentation will include a  sampling of real-world situations which businesses of all sizes have encountered from the unanticipated application of federal export control laws, economic sanctions programs and international contracting principles, and which hopefully will sensitize you to the extensive reach of international trade laws as you guide your enterprises toward success. Topics will include a review of current developments affecting:

  • Import/export licensing and controls
  • US. Economic sanctions programs
  • Government contracting
  • European Union- United States Data Transfers
  • General Business Practices

This event is $50 for non-RRPC members
RRPC Members use the discount code MEMBER to attend this event at no charge.

Not sure if your company is a New York Photonics Member?  Contact Marilyn Giannoccaro to find out.

Click here for more information and registration

Please register by Friday, June 2, 2017

Your Presenter

Allen E. Molnar is a partner at Harris Beach PLLC. He represents commercial clients on regulatory and international trade compliance matters and in ancillary proceedings related to ongoing civil litigation, such as state and federal regulatory enforcement investigations and international corporate investigations.

Allen handles issues with multijurisdictional or international implications, such as compliance with requirements of anti-moneylaundering laws, the Bank Secrecy and PATRIOT Acts, data privacy requirements, import-export issues, and matters involving the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security, and the U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls.  He has interacted with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Secret Service, state police, the federal Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, INTERPOL, and overseas law enforcement officials in the resolution of several matters.  Allen also counsels institutional clients on matters involving government procurement contracts, including application of Federal Acquisition Regulations and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations, complying with their requirements/investigating suspected compliance lapses, and responding to agency enforcement actions.

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