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2018 Seminars – We Want to Hear from YOU!

DTL is Planning Our 2018 Seminars AND WANTS YOUR Input!! We want our 2018 Seminars to answer the import/export questions you have! Please provide your comments by voting below! Please VOTE here! If you have any specific comments you want to share with us, please email us at info@diaztradelaw.com.

Help Us Celebrate 2017 Successes!

DTL saved clients MILLIONS of dollars in 2017, below we list a summary of some of our compliance successes! Let us assist you in 2018! U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Assisted importers in filing prior disclosures that were accepted by CBP and/or DOC and avoiding substantial penalties. Assisted importers in successfully responding to CBP 28’s and 29’s resulting in close READ MORE

OWIT International President to Host OWIT South Florida Breakfast

Our very own Diaz Trade Law President, Jennifer Diaz, is also the newly elected President of the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT). OWIT International was established in 1989 and is a global association for women in international trade and business. Our 2,000-plus members impact hundreds of millions of dollars in trade and business transactions annually. READ MORE

Recap of the CBP East Coast Trade Symposium (& UPDATED Dates for 2018!)

As you know (for those of you who have been following our blog), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) held its annual East Coast Trade Symposium on December 5-6, 2017, in Atlanta, GA. Below summarizes the panels I attended, would love your thoughts if you were there. For those that couldn’t make it – hope below proves READ MORE

AILA CLE Luncheon: Ports of Entry – Searches, Seizures and More!

Do you know rights (and your clients’ rights) when encountering law enforcement at airports and other ports of entry? Join us at The Rusty Pelican on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at 11:45AM for an interactive discussion on various issues being encountered by travelers at ports of entry. Our panel of experts will discuss: