Thursday, November 7, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Begin arriving at 8:15 a.m. to check in
Bring your laptop! Make sure you have an ACE account
(either import or export).
Country Club of Waterbury
One Oronoke Road
Waterbury, CT 06708
Registration is $125 per person and includes continental breakfast & lunch. Please make checks payable to: Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.Send all inquiries regarding payment and registration to Courtney Hickam.
After a brief review, this workshop will present shipment scenarios that will require attendees to perform regulatory research and make classification choices, ECCN determinations, and licensing decisions There will be guidance on how to do research within the EAR and the FTR, and then report exports using ACE Special attention will be paid to using ACE to create, modify, and save reports to be used in auditing The balance of the day will be spent reviewing the latest regulations and trends in duty drawback brought about by TFTEA, and examining situations where it would be most appropriate to develop a drawback program.
Larry Tobia, Principal, Drawback Practice
Larry has been designing, implementing, and managing duty and fee recovery programs for more than 25 years. He has worked with companies of every industry and commodity including automotive, chemical, retail, and pharmaceutical.
Norman Lubeck, Esq., Senior Manager, Global Trade Advisory Services
Norm joined Tradewin in 2011. He has held the position of Trade Counsel for a logistics management firm and managed the Trade Compliance departments for several multinational corporations.
“Compliance is easy to push to the side. It is not always in the forefront of your operation. It’s not flashy or exciting. It may be considered an expense that doesn’t generate any revenue, it is so easy to say 'I will get back to Customs tomorrow.' However, the ramifications of being non-compliant are outstanding.”- Nara Mitchell, Practice Manager, Tradewin