Make sure your purchasing policies are up to date and in compliance with the ever-changing rules of importing and exporting.
Why is regulatory compliance important? It mitigates the legal (regulatory) risks associated with importing and exporting. This course will provide an introduction and overview of basic regulatory requirements that all importers and exporters must know to mitigate the risks of shipment seizures, unexpected duty increases, and penalties. For importers, we will review tariff classification, customs value, country of origin, free trade agreements, documents required to file a customs entry, recordkeeping, penalties, and other administrative actions. For exporters, we will review product jurisdiction, classification under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the EAR's general prohibitions, screening parties to the transaction, export clearance and the Auto-mated Export System (AES), recordkeeping, and what to do in the event of an export violation. This material will also review best compliance practices for importers and exporters. This course will introduce importers and exporters to the issues that must be included in any import or export internal compliance program.
Lynne W. Wendt
Wendt & Temples, LLC
- Have represented importers and exporters before U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and other federal agencies, including the FDA, FTC, CPSC, DOC, EPA, TTB, OFAC, FMC, and the USTR, for over 25 years
- Have represented importers in CBP regulatory audits and in developing internal compliance programs to mitigate against regulatory liability for import activities
- Have represented importers in conducting internal compliance reviews, making recommendations for policies and procedures, filing prior disclosures, and developing internal compliance programs
- Have represented importers in penalty cases and liquidated damages claims to mitigate liability
- Worked with importers to confirm tariff classifications and customs valuation; filed CBP ruling requests on tariff classification, value, USMCA and CAFTA-DR origin determinations, and special merchandise; filed protests to challenge tariff classification and/or value to obtain refunds
- Represented importers in filing Section 232 Steel and Aluminum Exclusion Requests with the U.S. Department of Commerce
- Represented importers in filing Section 301 China Tariff Exclusion Requests with the USTR
- Represented U.S. Customs Brokers in licensing matters and penalty cases before CBP
- Represented U.S. Freight Forwarders (OTIs) in licensing and penalty cases before the FMC
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