Back by popular demand and in-person – join U.S. imports and customs controls experts and supply chain professionals at the ACI’s Forum on Import Compliance and Enforcement, taking place November 8–9, 2022, in Washington, D.C.

This 2-day, in-depth strategic conference is the only comprehensive, practical event of its kind that covers U.S. and international regulatory changes impacting imports and customs compliance strategy. Connect with an established community of global import compliance, customs, and supply chain experts and absorb key takeaways from sessions covering highly complicated, evolving US import controls.

HEAR FROM KEY U.S CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICIALS
Speaker

Eric Choy

Acting Executive Director, Trade Remedy Law Enforcement, Office of Trade
U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Speaker

Alaina Van Horn

Branch Chief for the IPR Branch, Regulations & Rulings
U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Speaker

Dax Terrill

Branch Chief, Exclusion Order Enforcement
U.S. Customs and Border Protection

GAIN CROSS-INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON THE LATEST IMPORT COMPLIANCE IMPEDIMENTS
Speaker

Erika Vidal-Faulkenberry

Global Head, Trade Compliance
Biogen
Appointed Member
COAC – CBP Commercial Operations Advisory Committee

Speaker

Mike DeVitto

Director, Logistics and Trade Compliance
L.L. Bean, Inc.

Speaker

Jeremie Klein

Associate Corporate Counsel, Global Trade
Amazon

Speaker

Cindy Owens

Senior Trade Counsel
Polaris Inc.

Speaker

Jean-Rene Broussard

Associate General Counsel – U.S. Regulatory Legal Department
DHL Americas

Speaker

Amy Magnus

Director, Customs Affairs and Compliance
A.N. Deringer

Speaker

Amy Morgan

Head of Trade Compliance
Altana AI

Speaker

Jerry Cook

Vice President, Government and Trade Relations
Hanesbrands Inc.

There has never been a more pressing time to attend this event!
  • The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in Practice: What it Takes to Rebut the Presumption of Forced Labor: The Newest Lessons Learned and Grey Areas
  • The 321 De Minimis Shipment: Maximizing Cost and Time Savings Amid an Uncertain 321 Policy Future
  • A Reckoning for Section 301 Compliance: Anticipated Increased Enforcement and How to Make Sure You Are Exercising Reasonable Care Documentation
  • 19 CFR 111: Modernization of Customs Broker Regulations and How it Might Benefit, and Progress, Broker/Importer Relations
  • Section 337 Investigations at the ITC and Intellectual Property Rights for Importers: The ITC 337 Pilot Program and What Its Future Means for Patent Infringement
  • Resilient Supply Chains, Labor Rights, and Digital Trade: The Future of U.S. Trade Policy and the Practical Impacts on Industry

Plus, two conference workshops that dive deeper into critical imports compliance issues
  • Proving Source of Origin Under the UFLPA
    What Supply Chain and Compliance Specialists Need to Know to Ensure Compliance Amid Anticipated Ramped-Up Enforcement
     
  • Getting Classification Right
    Critical Keys for Compliant HTS Classification and Minimizing Duty Rates: Rules and Requirements, Grey Areas, and Identifying the Triggers for Delays and Penalties