This online training session reviews the basics of importing as well as U.S. Customs & Border Protection's new enforcement and compliance procedures. Topics include:
- Right to make entry
- Importing and recordkeeping requirements
- Classification, valuation, and country of origin labeling regulations
- Facilitating clearance and minimizing exposure
This online training session was presented by Laura Rabinowitz, Special Counsel for Kelley Drye & Warren. Ms. Siegel Rabinowitz has extensive experience in handling international trade projects for a wide range of clients including importers, exporters, retailers, manufacturers, customs brokers, and freight forwarders. Her experience covers a wide range of commercial and enforcement laws and policies administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection including duty preference programs, tariff classification, valuation, entry procedures, antiterrorism initiatives, trade compliance and audit programs, marking, penalty defense and other import requirements administered by federal agencies (FDA, CPSC) involving health and safety of imported goods. Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Ms. Siegel Rabinowitz was in private practice for over 12 years handling customs and international trade issues. Before that she served as an attorney with Customs’ Office of the Assistant Chief Counsel, where she represented Customs in its litigation in the Court of International Trade.
This special online training session is available for purchase. To purcahse the materials, including the audio recording and presentation, please click here. You will receive the materials within 1 business day of confirmed payment.