Upcoming NEI Webinars
What You Need to Know About New and Proposed Tariffs Part II
12 to 1 p.m. ET
Experienced Trade lawyer and co-chair of the American Bar Association Customs Committee, Les Glick, joins us again to conclude the second part of this earlier briefing on Trump Administration trade policies. Since his earlier presentation, there have been many important developments, including:
- New investigation under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 on Automobiles and Auto Parts during his presentation in May Les discussed the earlier Section 232 case on steel and aluminum. In addition to following up on this, the new case on automobiles and automotive parts with potentially even more far-reaching consequences will be discussed in detail. Les has submitted comments to the Commerce Department on behalf of clients and was at the July 19th hearing and will you up to date!
- Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 -- Since the first briefing, these tariffs became final on July 6th and many importers were surprised by the imposition of duties of 25 percent on a list of over 800 products from China. Learn about how to apply for retroactive exclusions from these tariffs and about two more rounds of Section 301 tariffs being proposed as a result of China's retaliatory tariffs against the U.S. New lists are being proposed and the deadline to file comments on the most recent list is August 17th so don't miss this timely presentation by a customs lawyer who is actively involved in these cases.
- Court cases and World Trade Organization appeals -- Learn about appeals that may result in overturning these laws and how you can protect your rights to refunds through protests with customs.
- What's Next - Where is the Trump Administration trade policy going and how you can be ready.
So what are you waiting for? Register today!