Clark Hill Attorney Matthew Goldstein Published in Export Compliance Manager Magazine
Clark Hill attorney Matthew Goldstein was recently published in Export Compliance Manager Magazine. The article, “ITAR-at-Home: State Department Considers Permanent Remote Work Provisions,” discusses the State Department’s consideration of possible regulatory amendments on remote work in support of certain activities subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
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Goldstein helps clients manage risks arising in international transactions that involve hardware, software, technology, and services subject to the US Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and other federal regulatory controls.
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Milan Chatterjee Elected a Nevada Fellow of the American Bar Foundation
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Restrictive Covenants: Best Practices for In-House Counsel and HR Professionals in a Changing Legal Environment
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