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Customs Enforcement
Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017

Approved for 2 CCS Credits

The LACBFFA would like to invite you to join Jorge A. Garcia, Assistant Center Director of the Electronics CEE and Heather Litman of GDLSK for an open discussion on Customs Enforcement. How CBP will carry out its new mandate. What are the administrative challenges and legal implications? What kind of impact will this have on trade?

TFTEA is the first comprehensive authorization of CBP since the Department of Homeland Security was created in 2003, and set forth an overall objective of ensuring a fair and competitive trade environment. TFTEA and the most recent Presidential Executive Order (E.O. 13785) directed and enhanced enforcement of antidumping and countervailing duty laws to ensure a level playing for U.S. companies and greater enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights. TFTEA was also instrumental in balancing trade enforcement with trade facilitation through the creation of Centers of Excellence and Expertise, enhanced ACE functionality, and greater Participating Government Agency coordination.  

Speakers:
Jorge A. Garcia, Assistant Director of the Electronics CEE
Heather Litman, Esq., GDLSK Partner 

Moderator:
Maurine Cecil, Director of Compliance for Western Overseas

November 14, 2017
Registration and Breakfast: 8:30 a.m.
Program: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Holiday Inn
19800 S. Vermont Ave.
Torrance, CA 90502

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