Having focused on either imports or exports throughout our careers, many professionals ask – are the two really so different? In this unique webinar, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg will compare and contrast the similarities and differences in handling everyday import and export issues. In particular, the presenter will provide examples of how you can apply and leverage your experience and knowledge in certain areas to those where you may be less familiar.
Key topics to be addressed:
• The missions and priorities of import and export enforcement
• The exporter/forwarder versus importer/broker relationship
• Identifying critical regulatory agencies and admissibility/control requirements
• Dealing with restricted parties, countries and transactions
• Definitions of import/export and importer/exporter of record
• Transaction documents for imports and exports
• Classification, valuation and preference claims for imports versus exports
• Making post import/export corrections
• Addressing penalties, seizures and disclosures
• Compliance and security programs
• Question & Answer Forum
Lenny Feldman Esq. Managing Member, Miami Office, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. Lenny has innovatively and effectively advised hundreds of importers and exporters to simultaneously develop and adopt best practices and compliance programs in the import and export context. Prior to joining the Firm, Lenny served nine years as a senior attorney with the U.S. Customs Service responsible for issuing national rulings, decisions and directives relating to import and export compliance and enforcement and served as the Chief Compliance Officer of a software development company created to automate global import and export regulatory requirements.
Date: Thursday, August 2, 2012
Cost: $250 USD
Note: This seminar has been certified by NCBFAA Educational Institute for Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) continuing education credits. CCS credits: 2.