Anti-Circumvention, EAPA, Dumping Duties & the Spreadability of Cases

This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of AD/CVD, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s enforcement actions and investigative process, as well as a review of EAPA regulations and provide insights on best practices to protect your company in this contentious area of U.S. Customs and Border Protection enforcement.

Background on EAPA

The Enforce and Protect Act of 2015 (EAPA) allows U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) to investigate whether a company has evaded anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) duties in an on-the-record investigation. EAPA enforcement has increased considerably in recent years. In fact, in Fiscal Year 2020, CBP collected $287 million in duties via EAPA enforcement – this is a 500 percent increase since the beginning of the EAPA program in FY 2017.

On April 21, 2021 at 12:00 PM, Jennifer Diaz and David Craven will present a webinar on Anti-Circumvention/EAPA/Dumping Duties & the Spreadability of Cases.

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By |2021-07-23T16:40:49-04:00April 19, 2021|AD/CVD, Best Practices, China, Enforcement, Import, International Trade, Pre-compliance, Reasonable Care, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)|Comments Off on Anti-Circumvention, EAPA, Dumping Duties & the Spreadability of Cases

HELP US CELEBRATE 2018 SUCCESSES!

DTL saved clients MILLIONS of dollars in 2018, below we share some of success stories with you. We look forward to assisting you in 2019!

U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP)

  • Successfully assisted numerous importers in various seizure cases to assist in getting property returned, despite CBP claims merchandise was drug paraphernalia, counterfeit, etc.

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By |2021-10-29T15:16:35-04:00December 26, 2018|Best Practices, Import, International Law, International Trade, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)|Comments Off on HELP US CELEBRATE 2018 SUCCESSES!

Dietary Supplement Labeling Do’s and Don’ts

You don’t want to miss this one! The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s top rationales for detention of dietary supplements include non-compliant labeling, products subject to an Import Alert, unauthorized claims, and more. Consistently, we encounter dietary supplements with outrageous claims turning the intended use of the products into “drugs” instead of Supplements. In this webinar we will explore the confusion surrounding suitable structure/function claims versus disease claims made on Dietary Supplements and the nuances involved behind the FDA’s approach of deciding what constitutes a valid claim. Participants will also what’s required on a dietary supplement label, best practices and how to handle FDA enforcement actions, and much more! Don’t delay, RSVP Today!

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By |2021-10-29T15:18:18-04:00December 5, 2018|Best Practices, Events, Import, International Trade, Speaking, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)|Comments Off on Dietary Supplement Labeling Do’s and Don’ts

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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How to Protect Your Company from a Cyber Security Breach – RSVP Today!

“Corporate security isn’t getting better fast enough, critical infrastructure security hangs in the balance, and state-backed hackers from around the world are getting bolder and more sophisticated.” -Lily Newman

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!

Most companies do not realize how they put themselves at risk of cyber malfeasants. The internet is a dangerous and risky place, prompting a need to learn how to avoid potential problems online. RSVP Now to join our Cyber Security Webinar.

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By |2021-10-29T15:27:41-04:00July 27, 2018|Best Practices, Events, International Law, International Trade, International Travel, Speaking, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)|Comments Off on How to Protect Your Company from a Cyber Security Breach – RSVP Today!

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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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

Don’t Miss FDA’s Upcoming Webinar on ITACS

On September 5th, 7th, and 11th the U.S. Food & Drug Administration will hold three identical webinars, which will provide information on the evolution of FDA’s Import Trade Auxiliary Communications System or ITACS system “to ensure that trade users are familiar with and understand the new ITACS Account Management functionality.”

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OWIT WEBINAR – Why Trade Matters – Supply Chain Trends of 2017

OWITAt the end of 2016, Forbes published an article by Steve Banker identifying supply chain trends to follow in 2017. Now, halfway through 2017, OWIT International‘s supply chain experts will discuss some of these trends, including President Donald Trump’s trade agenda, the “Made in America” supply chain, how e-commerce is or is not reshaping the face of logistics, and automation reducing logistics employees. Join us as we discuss which of these trends are coming to pass, how they are likely to affect trade and business, and what to do about them.

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By |2017-07-19T17:39:07-04:00July 20, 2017|Events, Import, OWIT, Speaking|1 Comment

TPP: Dead or Alive?

Are you wondering whether, given President-elect Trump’s recent promise to abandon the agreement on his first day in office, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) is even going to happen? Are you interested in knowing what all the buzz is about with the TPP? Would the TPP open up new business opportunities for your small- to medium-sized business in Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam? If you want to know more, then this FREE webinar is for you!

Top Five Reasons to Participate:

  1. Gain insight into the nuts and bolts of how goods and services are exported from the U.S. into TPP countries.
  2. Discover which elements of the TPP can help small- to medium sized U.S. companies save time, reduce costs, and improve certainty in TPP markets.
  3. Hear from government officials what lies ahead with respect to the approval and entry into force of the TPP.
  4. Take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions to and receive answers from TPP experts in real time (including whether or not they believe the TPP has a fighting chance).
  5. Develop new contacts within the U.S. Commercial Service.

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By |2021-11-09T14:12:37-05:00November 22, 2016|Events, Export, Import|Comments Off on TPP: Dead or Alive?
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