Join us for our 17th Annual Global Trade and Supply Chain Webinar Series entitled, “International Trade: Basics and Trends” which includes the latest international trade developments and updates on Trade Wars, Brexit, Trade Agreement negotiations and key Customs, Export Controls and Sanctions developments. In addition to our usual topics of Customs and Export Controls/Sanctions, we will also cover Foreign Investment Review regimes around the world.
Our program of basic webinars will cover the areas of Customs, Export Controls and Sanctions. These webinars (highlighted in blue) are primarily aimed at participants who are new to Global Trade and/or those who would like a refresher.
All webinars will begin at 11:00 AM Eastern (US) and are scheduled to run for approximately 90 minutes. If you reside in a different time zone and wish to verify your time - please see timeanddate.com for the time in your location.
All webinars are complimentary and you can sign-up for as many as you would like.
To register for this complimentary webinar series, click on the Register button on the right side of this page and provide your information. You can register for one or all webinars.
We hope you will participate in and enjoy this exciting webinar series!
Upcoming Webinar Dates and Topics
|Tuesday, June 23||
Basic: How to value your products (Customs)
Speakers: Kevin Nordin (London); Jaap Huenges Wajer (Amsterdam); John McKenzie (San Francisco); Ivy Tan (Kuala Lumpur)
|Tuesday, July 28||
What you need to know about importing into Africa, China, Russia and the Middle East (Customs)
Speakers: Virusha Subban (Johannesburg), Tina Li (Shanghai), Vladimir Efremov (Moscow), and Laya Aoun Hani (Dubai)
|Tuesday, August 25||
Basic: Key Compliance Issues under US, EU, and Canada trade Sanctions
Speakers: Callie LeFevre (Washington, DC), Sven Bates (London), Quentin Vander Schueren (Toronto)
|Tuesday, September 29||
Customs Audits and Latest Customs Developments
Speakers: Andrea Dieguez (Mexico City) Nicole Looks (Frankfurt), Kelvin Hong (Kuala Lumpur), John Foote (Washington, DC)
|Tuesday, October 27||
Basic: How to determine the origin of your products (Customs)
Speakers: Jessica Mutton (London), Mariana Rojas (Mexico City), Eukyung Kim Shin (Chicago), Weng Keong Kok (Hong Kong)
|Tuesday, November 24||
Hot Topics in US, EU, Russian Trade Sanctions and Export Controls
Speakers: Inessa Owens (Washington, DC), Derk Christiaans (Amsterdam), Julian Godfray (London), Alexander Bychkov (Moscow)
|Tuesday, December 15||
What you need to know about importing into Mexico, Brazil and Argentina (Customs)
Speakers: Veronica Rejon (Guadalajara), Alessandra Machado (Sao Paulo), and Esteban Ropolo (Buenos Aires)
Approved for 1.5 general California CLE credits, 1.5 general Illinois CLE credits, 1.5 areas of professional practice New York CLE credits, and 1.5 general Texas CLE credits. Participants requesting CLE for other states will receive Uniform CLE Certificates. Baker & McKenzie LLP is a California and Illinois CLE approved provider. Baker & McKenzie LLP has been certified by the New York State CLE Board as an accredited provider in the state of New York for the period 12/12/18-12/11/21. This program is appropriate for both experienced and newly admitted New York attorneys. Baker & McKenzie LLP is an accredited sponsor, approved by the State Bar of Texas, Committee on MCLE.
A uniform certificate for 1.5 CPE credits will be provided to participants for CPE credit applications.
**While CLE credit may be pre-approved in certain jurisdictions, final CLE accreditation approval is anticipated, but not guaranteed.
CCS, CES and MES credit
These webinars have been approved for 1.5 CCS, CES and MES credit by the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Inc.