Peter Quinter Presents at the DR Logistics Mission, the International Trade Commissioners Association, and Atlanta International Forwarders and Brokers Association

On June 3, 2019 Peter Quinter, Chair of GrayRobinson’s U.S. Customs and International Trade Practice, presented at the DR Logistics Mission hosted by the Florida Foreign Trade Association at Port Everglades. Quinter’s presentation provided an overview of the interaction between four key participants in facilitating trade – government, seaports and airports, logistics companies and customers.

On June 6, 2019 Peter Quinter presented for the International Trade Commissioners Association (“InTrade”) on U.S. Customs Regulations. Quinter’s presentation, which took place at the Canadian Trade offices in Miami, focused on a variety of topics, including customs valuation, Free Trade Agreement import requirements by Customs and Border Protection, country of origin marking requirements, tariff classifications, and U.S. President Trump’s updated tariffs under Section 232 and Section 301. Quinter also touched on NAFTA and the proposed U.S. – Mexico – Canada Free Trade Agreement and the new OFAC requirements regarding trade and travel to Cuba.

On June 11, 2019 Peter Quinter, joined by Officer Amy Moore of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, presented a panel on broker compliance audits and voluntary self-disclosures to the Atlanta International Forwarders and Brokers Association (“AIFBA”).

For additional information on GrayRobinson customs and international trade practice, please visit www.grayrobinson.com/customs-international-trade-law.