WIT-NC Presents

An Evening with Kevin Wolf:
Potential Export Controls on Emerging and Foundational Technologies

NetApp, Sunnyvale, CA

Wednesday, October 10th
6:00 - 8:00 pm,  Networking, Dinner, and Program  

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An Evening with Kevin Wolf: Potential Export Controls on Emerging and Foundational Technologies

oct 2018

 

Kevin Wolf, former Assistant Secretary of Commerce and current partner with the law firm of Akin, Gump will join us for a discussion on the current state of export reform in DC with a particular emphasis on export controls for emerging and foundational technologies that are "essential to the national security of the United States."

  • What are emerging and foundational technologies?
  • How will these new controls affect exports of artificial intelligence, driverless vehicle, advanced computing, additive manufacturing and microelectronics technology?
  • What licensing requirements will apply?
  • What should companies consider when preparing comments to proposed USG rules?
  • What can companies do to prepare for these new controls?

Speaker:
Kevin Wolf, partner at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld, LLP and former Assistant Secretary of Commerce (2010-2017)

Who will benefit: Trade Compliance, CyberSecurity & Supply Chain Professionals, Import/Export Managers, General Counsel, Logistics

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: NetApp, 1345 Crossman Ave, Building 3 Cafe, Sunnyvale, CA 94089
*Please note the location address is the same, but Building 7 has been renumbered to Building 3.

Registration: $45 - Member; $65 Non-Member; Corp. Table of 8: $325.00 Student Rate $15.00 (must be a current student with a student id). Register by 5 pm, the Friday prior to the event to avoid a $5 late registration fee.

Cancellations: Requests must be received, in writing, by 5 pm, the Monday prior to the event. If not received timely, registrant will remain responsible for payment.

 


 

Upcoming Webinar: We will be hosting a webinar in November on strategies and tactics used to evade US sanctions. The webinar will be presented by Robert Shaw and Shea Cotton of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Be on the look out for the invite!