Date: 12 March 2024
Time: 5:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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Worldwide: Navigating the Future: 2024 Trends in International Trade

Embark on a journey into the evolving landscape of customs and trade law during our webinar, "Navigating the Future: 2024 Trends in International Trade.” During this webinar, we will delve into the key developments and emerging patterns that are shaping the world of international trade in the year 2024 and beyond.  
We will discuss:

  • FDA:
    • How the FDA will enforce new requirements under the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulations Act (MoCRA);
    • Updates on MoCRA;
    • Crystal ball: the future of regulatory oversight of food.
  • AD/CVD:
    • How importers should prepare for the continued increase in cases, uncertain environment, and shifting supply chains.
  • Import/Export Enforcement:
    • Penalties for double invoicing schemes;
    • E-commerce updates;
    • The latest word in Section 301 and Section 232 tariffs.
  • Forced Labor:
    • Increase in targeted products and sectors;
    • Litigation over entities being placed on the Entity List;
    • What your company should do now to prepare for a detention.
Jennifer Diaz

Jennifer (Jen) Diaz is the President and Founder of Diaz Trade Law. Jen is a Board-Certified International Attorney specializing in customs and international trade.

For more than 17 years, Jen has counseled businesses of all sizes on complex customs issues and has a strong record of success in mitigating federal administrative enforcement actions.

Jen has been recognized by Chambers Global and USA, “Super Lawyers” as a Top International Attorney, has an AV rating of “Preeminent,” and is considered a leading expert in International Trade Law by the Florida Bar. Jen founded Diaz Trade Law in 2016.

David Craven

David Craven has been an active practitioner in Customs and International Trade Law since his admission to the Bar in 1985.

Mr. Craven has represented clients in broad range of trade and customs matters from companies on 6 continents. These companies range from sole proprietorships to large multi-national entities.

Rick Quinn

Rick D. Quinn Esq. is an Of Counsel attorney with Diaz Trade Law and an active member of the California Bar. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court, Central District of California.

His practice focuses primarily on U.S. Food & Drug Administration matters, including all premarket qualification requirements, post-market compliance matters, and import-related enforcement actions for start-ups, small-to-medium size privately held firms, and public companies.

Dana Watts

Dana Watts practiced law in multiple prominent Washington, D.C. firms for many years before coming to Diaz Trade Law.

She focuses her practice on all aspects of customs law, including forced labor-related detentions, customs valuation, tariff classification, Section 301 and Section 232 tariffs, country of origin and marking determinations, and free trade agreements.

She has experience litigating both customs cases at the U.S. Court of International Trade, as well as False Claims Act cases involving customs issues in federal courts.

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