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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Drug Paraphernalia, Priority Trade Initiatives, & Forced Labor

You don’t want to miss this one!

What: Drug Paraphernalia, Priority Trade Initiatives, & Forced Labor – An Update on CBP Enforcement

When: November 27th, 2018, 12:00PM-1:00PM EST

RSVP TODAY!

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By |2021-10-29T15:19:47-04:00November 13, 2018|Best Practices, Customs Broker, Events, Import, Import Alert, International Law, International Trade, Penalty, Seizures, Tobacco, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)|Comments Off on Drug Paraphernalia, Priority Trade Initiatives, & Forced Labor

USDA Proposed Rule to Inform Consumers of GMO’s (Costing Industry 1.7 BILLION)

Do you want to know if your food contains any GMOs? Do you know what the difference is between a GMO and Bioengineered Food? For the last 2 years, the USDA has been writing new rules for labeling and packaging food with GMOs – learn the latest below!

What is Bioengineered Food? […]

By |2021-11-03T15:18:55-04:00July 19, 2018|Best Practices, Customs Broker, Food, Import, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)|Comments Off on USDA Proposed Rule to Inform Consumers of GMO’s (Costing Industry 1.7 BILLION)

FREE World Trade Month Seminar on FDA/FSMA COMPLIANCE for Importers

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In celebration of World Trade Month, Diaz Trade Law is hosting a World Trade Month Seminar Series for Compliance Professionals featuring U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) speakers.

Food Importers, here is your chance to learn practical tools for trade! We are providing the trade community a valuable opportunity to speak direct with FDA, Brokers, and legal experts to address any concerns relating to food importations and discuss the upcoming Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) requirement under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

The TOP reasons you should attend? 

  1. For a limited time, registration is FREE!
  2. You have the ability to hear DIRECTLY from FDA.
  3. We want the seminars to be informative and all of your questions answered. In that vain, we are currently taking ANY questions you have related to food importation/FSMA for the FDA. Please email your questions today to info@diaztradelaw.com!

You have a limited time to RSVP to this event for FREE!!! Yes, for FREE. We find this information to be invaluable so Diaz Trade Law is sponsoring this event, to bring it to you for FREE. RSVP today! Our full event agenda including the who, what, when, and where is below. Don’t miss it!

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FDA Extends Until January 31 for Food Facilities to Re-Register

Are you a manufacturer, processor, packer or holder of food products? If you are, or know someone who is, you need to keep up with the latest and greatest updates regarding compliance with the FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). This post includes a background on FSMA, an update from FDA with 2 new guidance documents, FDA's extension to file biennial registrations, and an update on FDA using its enforcement power to suspend a facilities registration - meaning they can NOT import into the U.S.

By |2021-11-10T14:30:26-05:00December 20, 2012|Food, FSMA|2 Comments

New Export Enforcement Priorities Come with New Names at the Bureau of Industry and Security

On April 14, 2011, in Washington, D.C., David Mills, the new Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), U.S. Department of Commerce, and his Special Advisor, Bob Rarog, explained the enforcement priorities of BIS, as established by Eric Hirshorn, who was just sworn in as Under Secretary of the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) on April 2, 2010, after being appointed by Presdent Obama. This event was part of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law's Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee.

By |2011-04-17T13:27:11-04:00April 17, 2011|Export|Comments Off on New Export Enforcement Priorities Come with New Names at the Bureau of Industry and Security
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