Law360 Article Has Carrie Schroll Detailing Latest Changes to Semiconductor Export Rules

The newly expanded restrictions on semiconductor exports to China contain novel tools and potential pitfalls for chipmakers. In this article, Law360 quotes Kelley Drye’s Carrie Schroll, who reviews the three rules that were introduced and deal with advanced semiconductor manufacturing, restrictions on advanced computing products, and new additions to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Entity List.

The update makes following the rules a bit simpler and also touches more products, including chips that were not controlled previously, but Commerce is concerned are still furthering the goals of the Chinese manufacturers that they were trying to stave off in the first instance,” according to Carrie Schroll.

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