Clark Hill Attorney Matthew Goldstein Quoted in World Export Control Review Journal
Clark Hill export control and sanctions attorney Matthew Goldstein was quoted in the July-August 2021 edition of WorldECR Journal on the U.S. State Department Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) Blue Lantern pre- and post-license end use verification report for 2020.
Matthew is experienced challenging State Department actions in the administration of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and explained how companies can unwittingly land on DDTC’s watch list.
“DDTC designated companies as ‘unreliable recipients’ and placed them on the DDTC Watch List in cases where no government visit occurred,” said Goldstein. “So companies should immediately respond to US embassy personnel requests to schedule a Blue Lantern check. You do not want to miss a request.”
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