Customized Training and Compliance Programs
Diaz Trade Law specializes in personalized training for importers and exporters, organizations and government agencies. Jennifer Diaz is an active speaker offering customized seminars and training, either web-based or in person, on all aspects of import and export compliance and enforcement topics.
For example, Diaz Trade Law offers seminars and training specializing in teaching new importers and exporters the ABC’s of import/export compliance in our Import 101 and Export 101 classes. Diaz Trade Law specializes in reasonably priced customized seminars that focus any import or export topic that matters most to your international business.
Import Compliance Manuals
A robust compliance program is necessary to ensure your company complies with the vast complex U.S. federal laws and regulations. Diaz Trade Law helps importers create import compliance manuals that help prove you take your obligation of meeting CBP’s “reasonable care” requirement seriously.
Export Compliance Manuals
A robust export compliance program is necessary to ensure your company complies with the vast complex U.S. federal laws and regulations. Diaz Trade Law helps exporters create export compliance manuals that help prove you have a process in place to classify your merchandise correctly, vet your customers and ensure you can prove you can take compliance seriously and implement all of the important great weight mitigating factors.
Popular Training & Seminar Topics
Import 101 – covering Tariff Classification, Valuation, Country of Origin Marking, Duty Preference Programs (Free Trade Agreements, GSP, Chapter 98), Intellectual Property Right Protection (Including Customs Recordation), CTPAT and 10+2
Customs Enforcement – covering CBP Form 28, CBP Form 29, Prior Disclosures, Detentions, Seizures, Penalties and Liquidated Damages.
Export 101 – Export Compliance topics including. Classification, Licenses, ITAR, CCL, Voluntary Disclosures, Export Compliance Programs, Red Flags, and Customer Screening.
Pre-Compliance – What You NEED to Know to Stay Compliant and Penalty Free
How to Import your Food, Drug, Cosmetic, Medical Device and Dietary Supplement in Compliance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Online Training Series
Do you need online training now? This U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) compliance training will help you understand best practices when importing products into the U.S.
- Cuba Sanctions: All You Need To Know
- Importing into the United States in Compliance with U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP)
- A Beginners Guide to Importing Medical Devices
- Mitigating FDA, Customs Enforcement Actions for Imported Goods Best Practices for Importing Medical Products, Foods & Cosmetics
- Commerce with Cuba: An Update on U.S. Laws
- International Trade Compliance: The ABC’S of Customs Seizures – PLUS Top 10 Tips to Ensure Import Compliance!
- FREE TRAINING: Intellectual Property Rights Violations and the U.S. Customs & Border Protections Enforcement
- Importing into the United States in Compliance with U. S. Customs & Border Protection (July 21, 2017)
Join us at one of our upcoming Webinars:
Miami, Florida, “Update on U.S. laws regarding commerce with Cuba,” Caribbean – Central American Action (CCAA) 39th Annual Conference, November 17, 2015.
Online Webinar, OWIT International, “Business Opportunities in Cuba, What’s Next?”, June 23, 2015.
Tampa, Florida, “Meet the Expert,” International Trade Certification Program of the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida, May 12, 2015.
Broward County, Florida, Urban Land Institute, Cuba – Infrastructure Needs and Opportunities for South Florida, April 29, 2015.
Washington DC, The Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) Annual Conference, “Moving Food Commodities Across National Borders: Compliance, Tips, and Strategies,” April 21, 2015.
Online Webinar, National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA), “Pre-Compliance – What You NEED to Know to Stay Compliant and Penalty Free,” February 12, 2015.
Washington DC, The Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) Enforcement, Litigation, and Compliance Conference, “International Enforcement and Compliance Initiatives,” December 8, 2014.
Washington DC, U.S. Department of Commerce’s SABIT Program and Office of South Asia Webinar for Pakistan’s Surgical Instruments industry entitled: “How to Import your Medical Devices in Compliance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and U.S. Customs and Border Protection,” October 21, 2014.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, “11 Steps to Exporting,” Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development, September 24, 2014
Miami Beach, Florida, “How to Effectively Resolve Typical U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Issues for Medical Devices,” and “Streamlining the Process – How to Expedite Clearance of Your Medical Devices with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP),” FIME International Medical Expo – Miami Beach Convention Center, August 11, 2014.
Online Webinar, NCBFAA, “Export Penalties Already Total $184 MILLION in 2014 – Learn Who, What, Why and How to Stay Compliant,” April 24, 2014
New York, American Bar Association, International Law Section, Spring Meeting, Moderate “Are We Adequately Protecting Our Food Supplies? A Primer for Those with Discriminating Taste,” April 2, 2014.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo Chamber, ‘Business Opportunities in Florida’ – “Top Tips When Importing and Exporting in Compliance with U.S. CBP”, February 25, 2014
Miami Beach, Florida, IFE Americas – 17th Americas Food and Beverage Show, “Top Tips When Importing Food Products into the U.S.,” October 28, 2013.
Miami, Florida, National NAWBO Women’s Business Conference, “A World of Difference: What To Do Once The Door Is Opened”, October 3, 2013.
Washington D.C., American Conference Institute’s 8th National Forum on Import Compliance & Enforcement, “BROKER SELECTION & MANAGEMENT-Lessons Learned for Vetting and Managing Brokers in the U.S. and Abroad: How Much Due Diligence is Required to Minimize Liability Risks and Detect Warning Signs,” June 11, 2013.
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