Title 19 Customs Duties Parts 200 to End, Revisited

Instructor: Raymond Sullivan
Product ID: 704733
  • Duration: 60 Min
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This training program will identify trade actions that can impact an importers business and illustrate the critical role of “material injury” in trade proceedings. It will also examine the distinctions between governmental role in trade actions and private resolutions.

Why Should You Attend:

This webinar will assist importers vulnerable to potential trade remedy proceedings (antidumping or countervailing duty), or with an interest in current proceedings, or import merchandise that is, or may be subject to, a trade remedy order. This webinar will focus on how orders of the International Trade Commission (ITC) or International Trade Administration (ITA) of the Department of Commerce impact customs compliance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify trade actions that can impact an importers business
  • Identify trade actions that may be beneficial to a company impacted by imports
  • Learn the general role of administrative agencies in trade proceedings
  • The critical role of concept of “material injury” in trade proceedings
  • Distinctions between governmental role in trade actions and private resolutions

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Focus on more common trade actions (antidumping and countervailing duty)
  • What is meant by “trade remedy” or “unfair import practices”?
  • What is role of the ITC and ITA in import practices?
  • How can I know if a trade action will impact my imports?
  • If my company is not a named respondent, should I be involved?
  • Impact of an order or finding
  • What can be done to remedy or alter a decision that is adverse to my imports?

Who Will Benefit:

  • Import/export compliance professionals
  • Logistics and supply chain managers
  • In-house counsel
  • Customs brokers
  • Those involved in international procurement

Instructor Profile:

Raymond F. Sullivan is an attorney with over 30 years of practice in customs law. His practice encompasses customs penalties, seizures audits and enforcement activities, as well as classification and valuation issues – including litigation of these issues. He regularly conducts evaluations of importer compliance systems and processes; and, has developed and implemented import compliance programs for a number of importers. Mr. Sullivan has written numerous articles on customs and international trade law; and, has served on Law 360’s International Trade Editorial Advisory Board.

Mr. Sullivan is a former import specialist and special agent with US Customs. He is a member of the bar in Maryland, New York and the District of Columbia; and, litigates matters before the US Court of International Trade.

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