By Maya Lester KC & Michael O’Kane

UK updates 12 general licences to clarify security provisions

The UK’s Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) has amended 12 military and dual-use Open General Export Licences (OGELs) to confirm, where applicable, that the requirement for a written letter of clearance to comply with the security conditions and requirements of the OGEL can be fulfilled by holding an approved F1686. The F1686 procedure itself and actions required to obtain one...

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Michael is Senior Partner at Peters & Peters LLP. He has acted in many of the most high profile and sensitive business crime cases of the last 25 years, at Peters & Peters LLP...

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