International Trade Week

Diaz Trade Law was enthusiastic to attend various events from International Trade Week which took place from May 16-20 of 2022. Here is a recap of all the events we attended!

ADCVD

  • Scott McBride talked about transshipment and how it is evasion and how fraud is not covered by circumvention laws but rather by CBP.
  • This presentation discussed 226b, 226d, and 226f.
    • 226b discusses self-initiation and how a notice will be issued if the government initiates it.
    • 226d allows rejection of circumvention injury and identifying problems where parties can fix the issues.
    • In this case, if commerce does not identify the issue, commerce must issue determination and if it is extraordinarily complicated, it can be expanded up to a full year.

Food and Drug Administration

  • Angel Omar explained how all products are required to meet the same standards as domestic goods/products.
    • Drugs and devices must be safe and effective and require a fee application prior to importation.
    • Every product must meet performance requirements and must contain a label that is presented in English.
  • Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics Act has an import section that allows for refusal for import electronics and products that fail to meet the applicable standards.
    • Appearance is very important and based on the standard, the FDA can refuse the entry of goods that appear to be misbranded.
    • Section 708 allows the FDA to destroy products without an opportunity to export/refuse if the product is valued at $2500 or less.
  • FDA’s import alerts allow […]

DTL Tuned-In to the 2020 World Trade Center Miami’s International Trade Week – Check out our Recap:

111During the weeklong series of 10 informative webinars on trade regulations, we heard TOP TIPs from numerous federal agencies, including U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Division of Southeast Imports, Miami’s CBP Fines, Penalties & Forfeitures (FP&F) Office, Miami CTPAT Field Office and more! Each webinar was produced to assist importers and exporters understand compliance and hot issues. Below are summaries of two webinars – FDA Import Operations Associated with COVID-19 Efforts and CTPAT – State of the Program / Minimum Security Criteria Updates:
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CTPAT VALIDATION AND MINIMUM SECURITY CRITERIA & CTPAT MINIMUM SECURITY CRITERIA CHANGES

dtlv00Diaz Trade Law’s President, Jennifer Diaz and Associate Attorney, Denise Calle are enthusiastic to announce that our article “CTPAT Validation and Minimum Security Criteria” and CTPAT Checklist “CTPAT Validation and Minimum Security Changes” were published by Bloomberg Law! Below is the article reproduced with permission for your reading pleasure. We’d love to hear your feedback!

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RECAP OF THE 2019 CTPAT CONFERENCE #PATHFORWARD

ctpat 2The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism is a voluntary public/private initiative that builds cooperative relationships to strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and U.S. border security. CTPAT is widely recognized as one of the most effective means of providing the highest level of cargo security through close cooperation with international supply chain businesses such as importers, carriers, consolidators, licensed customs brokers, and manufacturers.

At CBP’s CTPAT Conference held on June 25-26, 2019, CBP announced the New Minimum Security Criteria to CTPAT and much more to over 1,600 attendees (the largest conference to date!) – lucky for you, Diaz Trade Law was present and recapped the highlights below:

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THE 411 ON TRADE BASED MONEY LAUNDERING TO STAY IN CTPAT

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Are you a member of the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT)? Do you want to be? If so, you’ll need to keep up with the future “minimum security requirements” to gain entry (and stay) in the program. A news requirement will include processes to prevent “Trade Based Money Laundering”. Do you have processes and procedures in place yet? Here’s your chance to hear from the experts!

I’ll be attending the CBP CTPAT conference in Orlando from September 12-13, and will have updates hot off the press for you! Experts Steffen Ruigrok and M. Ali Ansari will discuss best practices your company should have in place to ensure your supply chain is free from trade based money laundering issues. This webinar is FREE for clients of Diaz Trade Law, Marcum LLP, TMF Group, and members of OWIT South Florida Admin (ask us for the code)! RSVP HERE

You don’t want to miss this one!

 

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2018 CTPAT Conference Dates Announced!

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is proud to announce the 2018 CTPAT Conference. The conference will be held in Orlando, Florida. The conference will be September 12 and 13, 2018.  September 12, 2018, will be general session with multiple speakers and panel discussions.  September 13, 2018, will be a day of workshops.  Both days will begin at 8:00 am and conclude around 5:30 pm.  An agenda will not be provided ahead of the conference.  Agendas will be provided upon registration check in at the hotel. […]

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Does Dirty Money Infiltrate your Market Place?

Whether you’re an importer, custom broker, regulatory affairs professional, in house legal professional, or product development manager, you don’t want to miss our next webinar!

Many do not realize the impact 9/11 had on international trade, increasingly bringing money laundering into the financial system, frequently via terrorism. RSVP Now to join our Trade Based Money Laundering Webinar. And don’t forget to check out all of our upcoming webinars!

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Exporting 201 – Advanced Exporting Webinar 5/22 – RSVP Today!

Whether you are a new or experienced exporter, the next webinar is essential!

  • When do you get to hear from a Board Certified Expert on actual horror stories and when it’s in your best interest to file a Disclosure?

RSVP now to join our Exporting 201 webinar. And don’t forget to check out all of our upcoming webinars!

RSVP TODAY!

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What Keeps You Up at Night – Webinars for Compliance Professionals

fffffWe took a poll to capture ALL of the topics that you wanted to learn about and decided to host 8 webinars for compliance professionals (FREE for clients) with leading experts on topics ranging from Importing 101/201, Exporting 201, to CTPAT, and FDA Compliance and more! Check out our complete list of topics, and click on the topic for more information on the specific learning objectives of each webinar and your expert speakers.

Did I mention that clients of Diaz Trade Law and Diaz Trade Consulting join for FREEPlease email info@diaztradelaw.com for your code!

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By |2018-03-21T11:52:36-04:00March 21, 2018|Best Practices, CTPAT, Events, Export, Import, International Trade, Speaking, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)|Comments Off on What Keeps You Up at Night – Webinars for Compliance Professionals
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