Ellerman Enzinna Levy attorneys have advised businesses in connection with export control programs administered by the United States Departments of Commerce, State, and Treasury. We have provided transaction-specific advice, developed and implemented compliance programs, and defended individuals and companies against allegations of violations.
Advised manufacturer of medical devices seeking to export goods to Iran.
Advised emergency services company with regard to contracts to provide services to UN missions in Sudan.
Conducted internal investigation for subsidiary of Fortune 500 corporation regarding possible violations of U.S. export controls, negotiating non-penalty resolution of case with United States Departments of Justice and Commerce.
Advised aviation equipment manufacturer in connection with Commerce Department Office of Export Enforcement subpoena.
Representation of industrial valve dealer in investigation of potential violations of Iran embargo.
Advised aircraft manufacturer in sale of aircraft plans to Chinese company.
Provided ITAR advice to manufacturer of military equipment.
Advised software company with regard to executive seeking to relocate to Iran.
Representation of an international arms dealer in a DOJ investigation relating to alleged export control and ITAR violations. The investigation commenced with the execution of a dawn raid search warrant. Following our legal and factual engagement with the prosecutors, the investigation concluded with no charges being brought.
Ellerman Enzinna is pleased to announce that on February 1, 2022, Michael N. Levy has joined the firm as a partner.
The firm’s name is now Ellerman Enzinna Levy PLLC.