Everything You Want to Know about Customs Reconciliation in ACE but Were Afraid to Ask!
Approved for 1.5 CES/CCS/MES Credit
This webinar will cover everything from the basics of reconciliation, including
- Value adjustments
- 9802 adjustments
- Classification changes
- Free trade agreement changes
More complex enforcement aspects will also be covered, such as
- Claim for liquidated changes.
The webinar will cover the current reconciliation methods and options available in ACE.
Questions welcomed in advance of, or during, the webinar.
Michael Roll, Partner, Pisani & Roll LLP
Register by 04/14/19
Register after 04/14/19
About the Webinar:
During the webinar, you will have the opportunity to send in questions to the speaker on the topics under discussion and they will be answered upon completion of the webinar. You will need access to a speakerphone and computer with internet connections and PowerPoint capability. Instructions necessary to participate, as well as the call-in number for the webinar, will be included in your registration confirmation. You will need to complete the instructions prior to joining the webinar on Tuesday, April 16th.
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Pisani & Roll LLP
Mike is an accomplished international trade lawyer and represents clients in virtually all areas of import-export laws and regulations. He has over 23 years of experience in the private sector and is a former partner of a prominent national law firm.
Mike has substantial enforcement experience, representing clients in civil penalty proceedings, prior disclosures, disclosure verifications, Customs investigations, seizures, detentions and liquidated damage cases in industries as diverse as mass merchandising/retailing, telecommunication, electronics, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, toys and textiles.
Mike received his Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where his studies focused on international business and Latin America. He obtained his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law.
Mike is a member of the Illinois and California bars, and is admitted to practice before the Court of International Trade, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois and the Central District of California.