Category: University Trade Compliance

The Dropped Case

The Dropped Case

10/08/2015

Avoid Export Violations By Determining If Your Technology Falls Under EAR's CCL or ITAR's USML The case of Professor Xiaoxing Xi is…well…no longer a case. Charges against the university professor have been dropped by the U.S. Department of Justice. It...


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Ensure Comprehensive Oversight By University Export Control Leaders

Ensure Comprehensive Oversight By University Export Control Leaders

09/14/2015

University Export Controls Enforcement And so it continues...the latest case of university export controls enforcement involves a professor from Ohio State University. This was announced just months after the preceding academic case involving a Physics Department Chair. The case has...


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Food for Thought on the Latest University Enforcement Case

Food for Thought on the Latest University Enforcement Case

05/27/2015

5 Important Trade Compliance Concepts The latest university export enforcement case involves Temple University’s Physics Department Chair, Xiaoxing Xi, who is a naturalized U.S. citizen. On May 14, 2015 Xi was indicted by the U.S. District Court on four charges...


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Export Controls in University Research

Export Controls in University Research

05/06/2014

Export Controls at Universities I am currently attending an academic export controls conference, Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education and Scientific Institutions, held at the Georgia Institute of Technology. If you are at all responsible for export controls compliance...


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