Making Sense of E-Commerce Regulatory Requirements
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
As e-commerce transactions increase, the stakes for traders and regulators alike are growing exponentially. While the business prospects are enticing to many, a solid understanding of the current and evolving regulatory requirements pertaining to imports and exports is vital to take advantage of these opportunities in a compliant manner.
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection laws and regulations impacting e-commerce
- roles and responsibilities of parties in e-commerce transactions
- data requirements for section 321 informal entries and consumption entries
- partner government agency requirements for e-commerce and de minimis
- CBP enforcement for false information, intellectual property, and inadmissibility
- leveraging CBP partnership programs in e-commerce transactions
Lenny Feldman is a senior member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and serves on the firm’s Operating Committee. Mr. Feldman served as a senior attorney at Customs’ Office of Regulations and Rulings from 1991 to 2000, where he was responsible for issuing hundreds of decisions and training CBP officials regarding customs laws and regulations. He also served as the chief compliance officer for a trade and logistics software development company enabling e-commerce, overseeing the content and automation of trade laws for more than 100 countries. Today Mr. Feldman serves as counsel to numerous corporate officials on global compliance and enforcement issues and is one of 20 members appointed nationally to serve on the 14th Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee, which offers strategic direction to executives from CBP and the departments of Homeland Security and the Treasury.