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How to Handle Customs Audits and Penalty Proceedings

Instructor: John Brew
Product ID: 700715
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will provide valuable insight to global businesses and small businesses that import products into the United States.

Description

This presentation will provide timely and critical information on how importers can minimize the risks and liabilities associated with CBP enforcement actions.

Now part of the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has been increasing its enforcement of US laws through audits and penalty proceedings. This presentation will provide timely and critical information on how importer’s can minimize the risks and liabilities associated with CBP enforcement actions, including:

  • How to avoid and prepare for CBP audits (e.g., Focused Assessments, Quit Response Audits);
  • How to respond to CBP requests for information, rate advances, 592 penalty claims, liquidated damages demands, detentions and seizures; and
  • How and when to file prior disclosures to minimize potential liabilities.

Areas covered in the session:

  • What companies and products might be subject to Customs audits and enforcement actions?
  • Five steps a company can take to minimize the burden and liabilities related to a Customs audit.
  • What can a company do to avoid a Customs audit or penalty proceeding?
  • The do’s and don’ts of company responses to Customs requests and penalty actions.
  • The benefits and pitfalls of filing a prior disclosure.

Who will benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable insight to global businesses and small businesses that import products into the United States. Employees who will benefit include:

  • Compliance Officers
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Legal Department
  • Sourcing
  • Procurement
  • Finance and Auditors

Instructor Profile:

John Brew, is a Partner in Kelley Drye’s International Trade and Customs Practice Group.He has extensive experience in import and export trade regulation, and he regularly advises corporations, trade associations, foreign governments, and non-governmental organizations on matters involving customs administration, enforcement, compliance, litigation, legislation and policy. Mr. Brew represents clients in proceedings at the administrative and judicial levels, as well as before Congress and the international bureaucracies that handle customs and trade matters. He advises clients on all substantive import regulatory issues handled by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, such as classification, valuation, origin, marking, tariff preference programs, other agency regulations, admissibility, import restrictions, quotas, drawback, audits, penalties, investigations, Importer Self Assessment and Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism programs, importations under bond, the Jones Act, vessel repairs and foreign trade zone matters.

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