By Maya Lester KC & Michael O’Kane

L3 Harris settles breach of International Traffic in Arms regs for $13m

L3 Harris Technologies has reached an agreement with the US State Dept’s Directorate of Defence Trade Controls (DDTC) to pay a £13m civil penalty to settle allegations that it breached the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The  charging letter states the breaches were in connection with: unauthorized exports of defence articles; the provision of a false statement regarding the …

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

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