Kevin Lombardo to Present Export Control Reform Updates and FCPA & OFAC Lessons at the AZTC Export Controls, Compliance and Enforcement Programs

This September, our colleague Kevin Lombardo will present a series of discussions on Export Control Reform. On September 15 in Tucson, and September 17 in Phoenix, Kevin will present details and updates on export control reform as part of the Arizona Technology Council (AZTC) Export Controls, Compliance and Enforcement program. He will focus on what businesses should be doing, lessons to be learned from real world case studies and enforcement actions, their practical application, and the consequences of compliance or non-compliance. He will also co-present need-to-know information on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control with Margrette Francisco, Export Counsel and Executive Officer of the Marvin Group. Register for the Tucson event or the Phoenix event by September 11. Download full agendas for the Tucson event and Phoenix event.

Additionally, in conjunction with the AZTC events, Kevin will co-present a free, educational discussion on export control compliance for academics, students, and researchers with John Priecko, President and Managing Partner of Trade Compliance Solutions, on September 16. This two-hour, interactive discussion will focus on the costs and consequences of non-compliance with export control reforms using real world case studies and settlements. Register for this program by emailing with your full name, title, organization, phone number, mailing address, and email address by September 14.

Phillip Seckman

About Phillip Seckman

Phillip Seckman represents clients concerning government and commercial contract matters. His practice spans a broad range of subjects related to federal procurement law, state and local procurement law, and complex federal regulatory issues. He concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial item acquisitions, GSA schedule contracting, cybersecurity, compliance, internal investigations, and bid protests (both federal and state). A significant component of his practice involves government contract cost allowability, proper cost accounting, and contract cost and pricing issues.

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