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International Export Controls Lawyers

International Export Controls and Sanctions

As the Department of Justice increases its oversight of U.S. companies doing business in the international arena, the prudent manager must be prepared to seek legal counsel concerning export controls and should not hesitate to initiate internal investigations when the government alleges violations of internal export control regulations or the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

From working with the U.S. Department of Justice on advisory opinions to representing individuals and corporations being investigated by federal grand juries, The Asa Hutchinson Law Group, PLC, assists U.S. businesses in dealing with issues such as:

  • Compliance with export regulations, especially those involving arms, arms training and sophisticated technology
  • State Department licensing for defense products
  • Internal investigations of alleged violations
  • Serving as an independent monitor for defense companies such as Blackwater
  • Compliance with export sanctions for certain countries
  • Defending companies accused of export violations

Companies who are found to have violated export regulations can face tens of millions of dollars in fines and could be delisted and barred from obtaining export licenses in the future. With consequences like these, you want to have the best possible defense attorneys on your side.

The Asa Hutchinson Law Group, PLC, from our offices in Rogers, Arkansas and Washington, D.C., has successfully represented clients doing business across the globe from Abu Dhabi to Latin America to the Far East.  Asa Hutchinson is a former federal prosecutor, former Member of Congress, former Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the first Undersecretary of the Department of Homeland Security.  Asa has personally tried more than 100 jury trials.  Firm Partner W. Asa Hutchinson III has also served as a federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C., and as an attorney in the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce which houses the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security responsible for export control enforcement.

For More Information About Export Controls and Sanctions

For more information or to talk to an export controls attorney at our firm, call 866-974-1654 or contact us through this website.

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