Trade Regs and Enforcement: What to Expect in 2015

Peter A. Quinter

Peter Quinter
GrayRobinson, P.A.

By: Robert J. Bowman, SupplyChainBrain
February 13, 2015
A new year, and with it a new slew of regulations and stepped-up enforcement of international trade law. Brace yourself.

On this episode, we welcome back international trade attorney Peter A. Quinter, practice group chair with GrayRobinson, P.A. Formerly legal counsel at U.S. Customs’ Office of the Chief Counsel of the United States in Miami, he’s a seasoned expert in global trade law. As before, he joins us to present his top predictions for key developments in that area for the coming year. Among the points of discussion: tougher penalties for making fraudulent statements to Customs, increased antidumping duties, new measures against counterfeit merchandise, the evolving notion of the “trusted exporter,” and the coming of the so-called “single window” for streamlined filing of documents with government agencies. Hosted by Bob Bowman, Managing Editor of SupplyChainBrain.

Look for a new episode of the podcast, which can be downloaded or streamed, every Friday on the SupplyChainBrain website and iTunes.

Show notes:

A video of Peter Quinter’s “Top 10 Customs & International Trade Law Trends.”

Right-click on this link (and Save link as) to Download this Podcast