Zlatko Hadzismajlovic, special counsel at McCarter & English, writes: If defense contracting is a part of your business, you already understand that compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations means both surviving and thriving in defense trade. One such regulation requires a license for the disclosure of technical data to a "foreign person," a barrier that some say harms the technological supremacy of the United States and its national security.
Foreign Nationals and Defense Hiring: The Most Delicate of Decisions
New York Law Journal
August 6, 2012
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