December 12: U.S. Export Controls and Foreign Subcontractors

When:  Dec 12, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (ET)


Adam. D. Bruski, J.D., Warner Norcross + Judd LLP

CMBOK Competency: 3.4 Regulatory Compliance / 3.4.5 Laws and Regulations Related to International Contracting

Learning Objectives:

    1. Identify potential trouble spots in foreign sourcing agreements and how they may violate U.S. federal export controls.

    2. Evaluate and manage the benefits vs. risks of foreign sourcing in support of U.S. federal contracts.

    3. Manage the expectations for export control oversight in the prime and subcontractor relationship and build consensus into the subcontract.



U.S. federal prime and subcontractors utilizing international sources of supply must be aware of the extensive export controls governing the flow of domestic and foreign products and information. This session will help to identify and manage these risks.


Adam. D. Bruski, J.D., Attorney,  Warner Norcross + Judd LLP

Adam Bruski is an attorney at Warner Norcoss + Judd LLP and advises clients on a wide array of government contracting, export controls, and real estate matters. He assists clients with compliance with federal regulations, has represented clients in False Claims Act litigation and bid protest matters, and regularly provides advice regarding the ITAR and EAR export control regulations. Previously, he worked for the Department of Defense and the U.S. State Department.