Kevin P. DiBartolo is counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins. Mr. DiBartolo’s practice focuses exclusively on issues arising under US export controls and economic sanctions laws and regulations.
Mr. DiBartolo counsels clients on compliance with complex legal, policy and enforcement issues under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and economic sanctions regulations administered by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). His practice includes conducting internal investigations and drafting voluntary disclosures, determining applicable export control jurisdiction and classification, conducting training and compliance reviews, crafting compliance procedures, and counseling on complex legal, regulatory, policy, licensing, and enforcement issues, with an industry focus on aerospace, defense, and energy. He has experience in the Bureau of Nonproliferation, Office of Nuclear Energy Affairs at the US Department of State and served as a law clerk in the General Counsel's Office of an agency in the United States intelligence community.
Mr. DiBartolo’s speaking experience includes:
Presenter, “US Export Controls and Trade Sanctions,” Euroforum, Frankfurt, Germany, June 2008
Presenter, “US Export Controls and Trade Sanctions,” Euroforum, Hamburg, Germany, July 2008
In addition, Mr. DiBartolo has authored several articles related to international trade controls, including:
“State Divestment Measures Exact Toll on U.S. Sanctions,” The Export Practitioner, March 2008 (with Kimberly Fielding)
“DDTC’s Dual-National Policy Challenges Non-US Companies,” The Export Practitioner, Feb. 2007
“Section 337 Becoming Preferred Tool to Combat Unfair Imports,” The Export Practitioner, Mar. 2005 (with Sturgis M. Sobin)
“On the Fast Track,” The Spotlight Newsletter (DHL Danzas), Issue 447, Aug. 11, 2004 (with Matthew M. Nolan) (Reprinted in World Trader, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Sept. 2004).
Mr. DiBartolo was a J. William Fulbright Scholar in Erfurt, Germany from 1994-1995.