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U.S. Export Controls and Sanctions for the Supply Chain Professional


Avoid significant penalties for violating the complex and constantly-changing U.

S. export control and sanctions regime.The U.S. government continues to use U.S. economic sanctions and export controls to address situations across the globe, with a heightened focus on human rights and international supply chains. For example, in recent years, the U.S. government has taken action to underscore concerns about forced labor from North Korea, forced labor in China, supply chains for China's and Russia's military development, the global supply chain of microchips and processors, the use of certain Chinese technology in the U.S. government's supply chain, and supply chains involving sanctioned parties in Russia and elsewhere. Other changes, such as the U.S.'s new policy on Hong Kong, also impact supply chains under U.S. laws and regulations. This course will explain the scope and applicability of dual-use export controls, defense export controls, and U.S. economic sanctions. It will also discuss how to build a compliance program to cover these areas and protect your company against non-compliance. The course focuses on how these regulatory regimes affect supply chains inside and outside the United States.



Oliver Krischik

Oliver Krischik

GKG Law, P.C.

  • Practice areas include OFAC economic sanctions, export controls, anti-money laundering, transportation, trade and logistics, international trade compliance, banking and financial fraud, trade and professional associations, and data privacy
  • Currently advises all GKG Law attorneys on sanctions issues pertaining to various practices at the firm
  • Super Lawyers Rising Star – Top Rated Administrative Law Attorney in Washington, DC (2019-Present); and Best Lawyers Ones to Watch in Washington, D.C. Transportation Law – 2021-Present
  • Often quoted in national publications, including The New York Times, on OFAC sanctions-related topics, issues, and breaking news (“Mexico’s World Cup Captain Is on a U.S. Blacklist,” The New York Times, 06/18/18)
  • Featured speaker on webinar and seminar topics, including international trade, transportation, and issues surrounding sanctions and immigration; published author on a range of legal issues, including OFAC sanctions, federal financial regulations, export controls, data privacy, and the GDPR
  • Served as co-chair of the Economic Sanctions Practice Group at a mid-size firm prior to joining GKG Law, P.C.
  • American Bar Association Section of International Law’s Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee and Steering Group Member
  • Admissions: Virginia and the District of Columbia
  • J.D. degree, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Can be contacted at 202-342-5266 or [email protected]

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