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Top Ten Trade Cases Imposing Individual Liability for Employer Violations (TRDN73X)

Presented by: Robin W. Grover
 
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  •  Thu, March 15, 2018
Event Description

Best Practices to Avoid Personal Liability for Corporate Trade-Related Violations

Trade compliance specialists, and trade professionals, must understand how and under what circumstances they, as employees, can incur individual liability for errors and omissions in their organization’s trading transactions and the potential legal pitfalls associated with the processing of import and export transactions. Trade professionals must understand how to insulate themselves from personal liability for corporate trade-related violations.

This session by expert speaker Robin W. Grover will help you identify the pitfalls and suggest best practices to protect you and others involved in export-import transactions from incurring individual liability. This session will cover the major trade cases imposing individual liability for violations of the U.S. import, export, sanctions and anti-boycott requirements. You will learn to specify and implement best practices that will not only protect you from personal liability for your organization’s import and export violations, but which will evidence the necessary due diligence expected of U.S. importers and exporters. This session will empower you to successfully identify and address such situations and avoid being penalized because of them.

Session Highlights

  • CBP cases imposing individual liability for import violations
  • Assuming liability for signing NAFTA and other free trade certificates of origin
  • How an ITAR Empowered Official is not shielded from potential penalties
  • Penalizing individuals for export violations
  • How an agency consent order for ITAR violations can affect your employment
  • When foreign statutes blocking your compliance with U.S. embargoes can earn major problems for Americans working or traveling abroad
  • How antidumping duty evasion raises possible individual liability as scrutiny increases
  • Avoiding penalties for failing to comply with anti-boycott law
  • What to do to protect yourself if your employer insists on forging ahead
  • Incorporating best practices into policies to minimize chances of employee/supervisor liability

Who Should Attend

  • CFOs
  • Corporate officers
  • Corporate accountants
  • Supply chain/logistics managers
  • Customs compliance directors
  • Trade compliance personnel
  • ITAR Empowered Officials
  • Import and export managers
  • Purchasing directors
  • Sales and marketing personnel
About Our Speaker(s)

Robin W. Grover
Robin W. Grover is a trade lawyer with 35 years’ experience, a Licensed Customs Broker and a Certified Customs Specialist.  He has taught a wide range of courses on import and export topics, including NAFTA and other free trade agreements, export compliance and controls, and import classification, among many others.... More info

 
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