On April 28, 2016, Matthew Goldstein of GOLDSTEIN PLLC presented a Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics webinar on Navigating the Challenges of U.S. Export Controls. The webinar explains key regulatory terms and challenges resulting from complex changes made as part of the President’s Export Control Reform Initiative. more
On August 25, 2015, Matthew Goldstein of GOLDSTEIN PLLC presented an ECTI Webinar on scope and use of the Fundamental Research Exclusion, to include a discussion on history of the exclusion, differences in scope of the exclusion under the EAR and ITAR, pitfalls that can result in loss of the exclusion, intersections between the exclusion and government funding, and best practices in […]
On July 29, 2015, GOLDSTEIN PLLC filed a public comment to RIN 0694-AG32, as published by the Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security at 80 Fed. Reg. 31,505 (June 3, 2015) (the “Proposed Rule”), titled, “Revisions to Definitions in the Export Administration Regulations.” See Public Comment to RIN 0694-AG32 On July 22, 2015, GOLDSTEIN PLLC filed a public comment to RIN 1400–AD70, as published by the […]
MTAC Makes Recommendations on Feasibility of Controls on Privately Generated Unclassified Technical Information
Recommendations of the Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Materials Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) regarding the “Feasibility of Controls on Privately Generated Unclassified Technical Information” is now available in a White Paper produced by the MTAC Public Domain Working Group. Matthew co-chaired the working group that authored the White Paper and regularly consults with industry on U.S. Government requirements […]
Matthew Goldstein writes for Thomson Reuters on the Status and Adverse Consequences of Export Control Reform
In seeking to increase interoperability with U.S. allies, President Obama’s Export Control Reform Initiative has vastly increased the complexity of U.S. export control regulations. This has resulted in a variety of adverse impacts on U.S. industry that may outweigh any benefits of reform.