A Virtual Conversation

Wednesday, June 17, 2020
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET

Please join the World Trade Center Delaware, Miller Proctor Law PLLC, and the U.S. Commercial Service to receive an in-depth overview of the USMCA, a firm understanding of the relevant rules and requirements,  effective strategies for taking full advantage of this free trade agreement, and the marketing opportunities this new trade agreement brings to US exporters. The complimentary webinar will be offered via MS Teams at the link shown below.

Speakers:
Peggy Chaplin Louie, Esq.
    Senior Attorney, Miller-Proctor Law, PLLC
Nasim Sadr-Fala
    International Trade Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service Philadelphia

Specific Topics to Include:

  • Overview of the NAFTA and USMCA
  • NAFTA vs. USMCA – Key Differences and Improvements
  • Determining Product Eligibility and Making Claims under the USMCA
  • Penalties for Non-Compliance
  • Best Practices for Successful Utilization of the USMCA
  • Best Export Marketing Opportunities

Who Should Attend:

  • U.S. Exporters
  • Shipping and Logistics Companies
  • Lenders
  • Attorneys
  • Accountants
  • Government and Non-Profit Economic Development Officers

 

A Virtual Conversation

 

Miller Proctor Law PLLC is a full-service international trade law firm that provides advice, counsel, and ongoing support on the most complex of import and export matters to clients of all sizes. See https://millerproctorlaw.com/ 

Peggy Chaplin Louie has been in practice for over thirty years counseling clients on import, export and international transportation regulatory issues, she has often been before the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, the Bureau of Industry and Security, the Census Bureau, the International Trade Administration and the Federal Maritime Commission.  She counsels clients on best business practices to minimize duties and taxes and avoid penalties by complying with federal regulations. She is a member of the U.S. roster of eligible candidates appointed by the U.S. Trade Representative to review agency determinations on antidumping and countervailing duty matters under Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreements and now the USMCA, and she has been a panelist on several important Chapter 19 cases.