About The Webinar

Section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930 prohibits the importation of goods made wholly or in part with forced labor. U.S. Customs and Border Protection administers this law through various tools, from initial auditing questionnaires to abrupt detention of merchandise at the border. Most of the media attention on forced labor has been on China, but CBP’s focus is on supply chain transparency for all products regardless of origin. The U.S. and governments from around the world are also considering new legislation that could soon provide new enforcement tools. Importers are responsible for understanding their supply chain beyond Tier 1 and instead must be aware “from earth to hearth.”

This webinar will discuss ST&R’s Stocktaking, Testing + Tracing, and Response program to enhance importers’ supply chain visibility.

Join us to discuss how enforcement of Section 307 could impact your imports and what you can do to mitigate risks.

Key Topics

  • actions importers can take from a proactive and reactive position
  • practices importers need to instill in their procurement
  • testing of practices and policies
  • preparing for a withhold release or detention order


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J. Nicole Bivens Collinson

President, International Trade & Government Relations

NICOLE BIVENS COLLINSON leads the International Trade and Government Relations practice of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and serves as managing principal of the Washington, D.C., office. She is also a member of the firm's Operating Committee. Ms. Collinson has over 25 years of experience in government, public affairs and lobbying and has appeared on MSNBC, NPR, and BBC several times discussing trade issues. She has drafted and guided the successful implementation of several pieces of key international trade legislation positively affecting the bottom line of many U.S. companies. 


Amanda Levitt


AMANDA LEVITT is a Member with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, resident in the New York office. Her practice is focused on international trade and customs law, particularly relating to classification and marking / country of origin issues.


David F. Olave

Associate & Trade Policy Advisor

DAVID OLAVE is an Associate and Trade Policy Advisor for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. He employs a unique blend of experience in customs law, trade negotiations, legislative procedures, lobbying and civil society outreach to advise clients on the potential impact of trade-related legislation and to work with the U.S. government to address clients’ needs.



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