Prior Disclosures, Penalties, Redelivery Notices & Liquidated Damages

  • January 29, 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DePaul University, O’Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. Chicago 60631

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  • This complimentary registration applies only to in-person registration.

    CBP employees whishing to register for the webinar, should use the "webinar" registration instead, and pay the $125.00 fee.
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Topic:  Prior Disclosures, Penalties, Redelivery Notices & Liquidated Damages         

Speakers:

Brian F. Walsh, Barnes, Richardson & Colburn LLP, Chicago,IL

Shama Patari, Barnes, Richardson & Colburn LLP, Chicago, IL 

Program Chair:   

Brian F. Walsh, Barnes, Richardson & Colburn, LLP 

 Attention All Importers, Customs Brokers, In-House Lawyers and other interested persons, understanding the regulations involved in importing goods into the United States can often be difficult and violations can occur no matter how effective your compliance may be. Prior disclosures are interesting in that they are often the first line of defense when an importer discovers that some violation has occurred. But, making and perfecting a prior disclosure is sometimes not a simple task. In addition, some violations cannot be disclosed and often to lead to notices for redelivery and the assessment of liquidated damages. This program will address the many complex issues surrounding prior disclosures, notices for redelivery and claims for liquidated damages.

  • Legal effects of Prior Disclosure
  • When and how to disclose
  • Penalties assessed by CBP
  • The concept of Reasonable Care
  • When are Notices of Redelivery issued?
  • Effects of Redelivery Notices
  • Types of liquidated damages cases
  • Cancellation or mitigation of liquidated damages
The International Trade Club of Chicago (ITCC) is a not-for-profit organization and all proceeds are used solely to cover the costs of ITCC activities. The ITCC appreciates the efforts of the volunteer speakers.
     
     
For those attending in person: The DePaul O’Hare campus facility is located at the intersection of East River Road and West Bryn Mawr Avenue

*NEW - This seminar is also available via LIVE WEBINAR. A link to a separate sign up site will be sent to you upon registration.
 
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The NCBFAA Educational Institute

ATTENTION CERTIFIED CUSTOMS SPECIALISTS:

This program is approved by the NCBFAA for 3 CCS continuing education points.

Please indicate if a certificate of attendance is desired when you register, along with your NEI ID# at the time of registration.

 
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