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 Export to Your Calendar 1/25/2018
When: January 25, 2018
7:30 AM
Where: Smiths Medical
6000 Nathan Lane North
Plymouth, Minnesota  55442
United States
Contact: Jessica Truhler
651-288-3436


Online registration is available until: 1/25/2018
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Program

With everything from Aluminum extrusions to potpourri antidumping and countervailing duties can be complicated.  Come hear from an expert in the field on how to navigate the ins and outs of the AD / CVD regulations and keep your company compliant. 

Also – learn how to run reports out of the new ACE universe.  Include things like liquidation date, breakdown by 2 digit HTS code and more! 

Audience/Who Should Attend?

*Trade compliance
*Purchasing
*Legal & Accounting

Learning Objectives

ADD/CVD

  1. Understand the how to interpret the antidumping and countervailing duty rulings
  2. How to identify what products fall under ADD/CVD Scope
  3. Determine the correct exporter and rate for cases involving China

ACE

  1. What does the new ACE Universe offer you7

Presenters

George W. Thompson — International Trade Attorney, Thompson & Associates, PLLC

Founder
Thompson & Associates, PLLC

My firm represents domestic, foreign, and importing interests in trade remedy cases before the United States Commerce Department and International Trade Commission, as well as in judicial appeals of administrative determinations, and has assisted numerous importers and exporters in evaluating scope coverage of antidumping and countervailing duty orders. My practice further provides representation in all aspects of customs laws and regulations, including classification, country of origin, free trade agreement and tariff preference qualification, valuation, intellectual property, penalty, entry, drawback, cargo security, and foreign customs matters.

I specialize in export and import regulation and international business counseling, to include antidumping, countervailing duty and other trade remedies, Customs compliance, export controls, international sales contracts, and administrative and judicial litigation relating to these matters; advising domestic and foreign corporations in myriad industries, including food and agriculture, automotive, furniture, software, chemicals, electronics, office and telecommunications products, aerospace, and consumer goods.

Also, I represent domestic, foreign and importing interests in trade remedy cases before the United States Commerce Department and International Trade Commission, as well as in judicial appeals of administrative determinations. Assisting numerous importers and exporters in evaluating scope coverage of antidumping and countervailing duty orders. Representation in all aspects of customs laws and regulations, including classification, country of origin, free trade agreement and tariff preference qualification, valuation, intellectual property, penalty, entry, drawback, cargo security, and foreign customs matters. I have represented clients for all manner of product origin matters relating to government procurement, including Buy American Act, Buy America, Trade Agreements Act and Foreign Military Financing issues, as well as for Federal Trade Commission origin labeling requirements. I also provide client counseling on international trade contract and commercial issues.

Additionally, my practice provides a full range of export control representation to exporters and re-exporters of merchandise concerning regulations administered by the Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury as well as enforcement activities by U.S. Customs. I have assisted companies of various sizes, from Fortune 500 listed to sole proprietorships, to establish, maintain, and review their export compliance with U.S. and foreign government export controls.

I have a Wikipedia entry which you may also read.

Deb Boie — Customs Compliance Manager, LCHB, CCS, CH Robinson Company

Deb Boie is an experienced Corporate Customs Compliance Manager and project lead with experience ranging from the defense and manufacturing industries to the global trade of fresh produce.  Deb has in-depth export and import trade knowledge in a wide array of compliance disciplines.  Deb is currently working for C.H. Robinson where she held a consultative position in the Corporate Customs team, further exposing her to industries and complex projects including disclosures, antidumping scope rulings, mock audits, crafting executable compliance manuals, NAFTA qualifications and automotive classification.  Deb most recently took on a new role within C.H. Robinson as the lead compliance manager for their fresh produce division known as Robinson Fresh.  In addition to global responsibility for worldwide Robinson Fresh trade compliance Deb is serving as an internal expert as part of the corporate Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) cross-functional rollout team, responsible for the implementation and training of the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (“FSVP”) rule.  Deb is Licensed Customs Broker, holds an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and a Masters Certificate in Government Contracting from George Washington University School of Business.  In her spare time Deb enjoys family, friends, travel and scuba diving, the art of quilt making and summer camping trips.

Agenda

7:30 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. Program
10:30 a.m. Break
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Program
2:30 p.m. Break
4:00 p.m. Adjourn

Registration Fees

Member: $120
Non-Member: $150

 


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