The Law Offices of George L. Steele also provide services focused on Export Regulation.
The export regulations define an export as:
Any oral, written, electronic or visual disclosure, shipment, transfer or transmission outside of the United States to anyone, including a U.S. citizen, of any commodity, technology (information, technical data, or assistance) or software/codes
Any oral, written, electronic or visual disclosure, transfer or transmission to any person or entity of a controlled commodity, technology or software/codes with an intent to transfer it to a non-U.S. entity or individual, wherever located (even to a foreign student or colleague at The Florida State University).
Any transfer of these items or information to a foreign embassy or affiliate. It is important to emphasize that only exports for which the U.S. government requires a license are those that are listed on the export controlled lists. The vast majority of exports do not require the prior approval of the U.S. government.
Export Controls: Federal laws and regulations that restrict the flow of certain materials, devices and technical information related to such materials and devices outside the United States or to foreign persons in the United States.