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About The Webinar

Eventually even savvy importers, exporters, customs brokers, forwarders and carriers are likely to receive a notice of seizure, penalty, or liquidated damages claim from U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Internal controls designed to detect, deter, and defuse enforcement claims may help your company avoid such claims or mitigate them to the greatest extent possible under the customs laws and regulations.

Key Topics

  • differences between seizures, penalties, and liquidated damages
  • bonds as security for enforcement actions
  • administrative process for enforcement claims
  • trademark/copyright and partner government agency seizures
  • Census export penalties
  • entry, warehouse, manifest, and cargo delivery liquidated damages claims
  • conveyance arrival penalties
  • recordkeeping penalties
  • commercial fraud, gross negligence, negligence, and reasonable care
  • claim resolution through prior disclosures, mitigation petitions, and offers in compromise
  • early release and limiting storage charges

Speaker

Lenny P. Feldman

Member
305-894-1011 lfeldman@strtrade.com

Lenny Feldman concentrates his practice in complex issues pertaining to import and export compliance, penalty mitigation, supply chain security (including CTPAT), intellectual property, and other programs. He is recognized as a leading authority on CTPAT, served on the CTPAT MSC working group of CBP’s Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee, and has counseled hundreds of companies through the certification, validation, and revalidation processes.

305-894-1011 lfeldman@strtrade.com

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