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This webinar will explain how to prepare a Customs manual that complies with CBP laws and regulations. Attendees will learn best practices for successfully passing an audit or becoming an Importer Self Assessment Program (ISA) member.
Why Should You Attend:
You know that your company has good procedures in place for compliance with applicable Customs laws and regulations, but these procedures are not well documented. Perhaps the U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) has just informed you that your company will be audited in the near future, or you have decided to apply for membership in CBP’s Importer Self Assessment Program (ISA). Or maybe you have a new supervisor who has tasked you with documenting the Customs procedures. Having a robust Customs compliance manual is a critical factor in successfully passing an audit or in becoming an ISA member.
This webinar will guide one through the steps to be taken to prepare one’s company manual. It will assist compliance personnel, whether in the import, legal, or the supply chain department, in compiling a comprehensive Customs compliance manual.
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Who Will Benefit:
Donna Shira, is a member of the law firm of Sharretts, Paley, Carter & Blauvelt, P.C., one of the preeminent firms in the field of U.S. Customs and international trade law. Ms. Shira graduated from Columbia University Law School in 1983 and has over 30 years of experience in a wide range of Customs and trade-related matters, with an emphasis on textile and apparel matters, Free Trade Agreements, consumer product safety issues, country of origin issues, cargo security and C-TPAT participation, Customs compliance audits and the Importer Self-Assessment program, and global trade issues. She has represented clients in several Section 301 and China safeguard actions and testified before the Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements on textile quota matters.
Ms. Shira is an adjunct professor at Brooklyn Law School, teaching Customs and international trade law, and is Co-President of the New York chapter of the Organization for Women in International Trade. She has lectured on various topics, including NAFTA, classification issues, compliance, consumer product safety, and cargo security. She is admitted to practice at the U.S. Court of International Trade.