Corey Norton joined Keller and Heckman in 2011. His practice covers international trade laws on export controls, economic sanctions, customs matters, anti-bribery and foreign boycotts.
Mr. Norton has substantial experience with the U.S. Commerce Department's Export Administration Regulations, the State Department's International Traffic in Arms Regulations, the Office of Foreign Assets Control's economic sanctions regulations, Customs and Border Protection's regulations and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. His experience also includes compliance with export controls and economic sanctions imposed by the European Union, its Member States, and various other countries.
Mr. Norton provides assistance in all aspects of compliance with international trade laws, including determining whether export licenses are required for transactions and technology transfers, drafting license applications, drafting and resolving voluntary disclosures, conducting international trade due diligence, determining tariff rates and marking requirements, resolving border seizures and other import issues. He also provides training and drafts policies and procedures in these areas.
Mr. Norton is a Vice-Chair of the ABA's Committee on Export Controls and Economic Sanctions and a Vice Chair of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association’s (“IPBA”) Committee on International Trade. He is also a member of the Law360 International Trade Editorial Advisory Board and is active in the American Association of Exporters and Importers export control committee.
Mr. Norton represents pro bono non-profit clients on issues relating to their non-profit status under federal and state laws and general issues affecting their operations.
Mr. Norton blogs at the Chemical Export/Import Law Blog and is a contributor to the Beyond Telecom Law Blog.
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