Get the Tools You Need to Navigate Global Trade: Tune into MEMA’s March 20 ‘Lunch & Learn’ Webinar

Date: March 14, 2019

Multiple trade actions over the course of the past two years have impacted manufacturers of vehicle parts, components and systems up and down the supply chain. MEMA’s “Lunch & Learn” webinar, Trade Tools -- Duty Minimization and Mitigation from noon until 1 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, March 20, will help you better understand the types of tools your company may be able to utilize to minimize and mitigate your duty exposure. All AASA members are urged to attend.

David R. Hamill and Antonio Rivera from Arent Fox LLP will review various trade tools – including duty drawback, FTZs, bonding/warehousing and more. The webinar also will touch on product exclusions processes, and Sec. 232 steel and aluminum quotas.

Members are encouraged to submit questions to Leigh Merino in advance of the webinar, no later than by end of day on Monday, March 18. The webinar is available to AASA members at no charge, but registration is required to receive login information. Register here.

This webinar is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is created as a result of this webinar.

About the Presenters:

David R. Hamill, Partner – Hamill represents U.S. and foreign companies, including manufacturers, importers, exporters, distributors, customs brokers, freight forwarders, and trade associations on customs/import and export matters. His practice focuses on cross border trade regulatory requirements, including import and customs compliance, duty preference programs, NAFTA/USMCA, economics sanctions and export controls.

Antonio J. (Tony) Rivera, Associate – Rivera works primarily with import compliance matters, including eligibility for free trade programs, country of origin for marking and government procurement purposes, and other issues relating to classification, valuation, drawback, and customs penalties. He works with clients ranging from small producers to large multinationals in various sectors, including the automotive, manufacturing, healthcare, and food and beverage industries.

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