April 23-25, 2012
Hard Rock Hotel Chicago | Chicago, IL
Ronald Orzel
Special Agent-in-Charge
Chicago Field Office
U.S. Dep...
8:00 Registration
8:30 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Jeff Merrell, Vice President, Global Trade Compliance
Rolls-Royce North ...
Day One | Continued
11:00 Joint Presentation
Analyzing Policy and Enforcement Updates from the Bureau of Industry
and Secu...
Day Two | Wednesday, April 25, 2012
8:00 Registration
8:25 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Jeff Merrell, Vice President, Global...
PRODUCER INFO
I would like to thank everyone who has assisted with the research and organization
of the event, particularl...
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MEDIA PARTNERS:
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER:
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2nd Annual International Trade Compliance Conference

  1. 1. April 23-25, 2012 Hard Rock Hotel Chicago | Chicago, IL Ronald Orzel Special Agent-in-Charge Chicago Field Office U.S. Department of Commerce Office of Export Enforcement Gwendolyn Hassan, JD Manager of Corporate Compliance Office of the General Counsel Navistar, Inc. Mike Boriboon Director, Governance & Enterpise-Risk Global Sanctions Compliance Citigroup Inc Paul Vinkler, CPA Assistant Field Director, Regulatory Audit Office of International Trade Chicago U.S. Customs and Border Protection Allan Tiro Managing Counsel- International Trade Regulation and Policy GE Healthcare Karen Swasey Senior Policy Analyst, Office of National Security and Technology Transfer Controls Bureau of Industry and Security U.S. Department of Commerce Kathleen Murphy Partner Drinker Biddle Julie L. Heoniges Global Customs Compliance Manager Caterpillar Inc. Jill Franze Director, Global Customs Cisco Systems, Inc. Steve Rubinson International Trade Compliance Manager Johnson Controls Inc. Joshua Holzer Chief Compliance Counsel for Global Trade Pfizer Inc. Randi E. Heuser Manager, Trade Programs BP Gary E. Lupinacci Assistant Branch Chief Certified Cargo Screening Program Transportation Security Administration Julie Ann Parks Senior Manager Export/Import Operations Raytheon Company Brian White Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance Del Monte Foods Salvatore Fragale International Trade and Foreign Trade Zone Coordinator Baxter Healthcare Corporation Alexander Amdur Branch Chief, AD/CVD Policy and Programs Office of International Trade U.S. Customs and Border Protection Jeff Merrell Vice President, Global Trade Compliance Rolls-Royce North America Inc. Gary Wibracht International Trade Compliance Director Electro-Motive Diesels, Inc. William van Amerongen Director of International Trade Compliance International Rectifier Corporation Adrienne Braumiller Partner Braumiller Schulz LLP Bob Schuettler Director, Corporate Export Licensing ATK Veronica Palacios Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance Avaya Inc. Jennifer Maki Counsel-Government Group Fluor Bruce H. Leeds Of Counsel Braumiller Schulz LLP John McElroy Global Import/Export Compliance Manager Biomet Inc. K. Michelle Moon, CUSECO Director, International Trade Compliance The Phoenix Company of Chicago, Inc. Kevin Bridgford Field Director, Regulatory Audit Office of International Trade Chicago U.S. Customs and Border Protection Beata K. Spuhler Senior Associate Drinker Biddle Jeremy Merritt Manager, International Trade and Transportation Compliance Ascend Performance Materials Brooke Horiuchi Senior Manager- Export/Import Compliance ATK Brenda Cordova Managing Attorney, Mexican Affiliate Braumiller Schulz LLP Confirmed Speakers Include: Assessing Latest Updates in Import & Export Compliance to Determine Effects on Trade Compliance, Sanctions, and Security International Trade Compliance Who Should Attend: Attending this Premier marcus evans Conference will Enable You to: • Review the latest updates to CTPAT and AEO mutual recognition with Cisco Systems, Inc. • Overcome the complexities of dealing with the newest Free Trade Agreements with BP • Review updates and insights from the Bureau of Industry and Security along with Customs and Border Protection • Explore the Deemed Export Rules and their effects on Dual Nationals with Rolls-Royce North America Inc. • Enhance the security of technical information data with Fluor marcus evans invites Heads, Vice Presidents, In-House Counsel and government agencies with responsibilities or involvement in the following areas: Media Partners:Business Development Partner: Silver Sponsors: “ ” Obtaina new understanding of the international compliance landscape by learning the changes in classification, regulations and the tools necessary to maintain compliance both in the US and abroad. • International / Global Trade Compliance • Import Compliance • Export Control Compliance • Customs Compliance • Supply Chain Management & Security With constant updates to reforms of the National Export Initiative and an evolving import customs compliance environment, it is imperative for professionals within international trade compliance to stay up to date on the latest regulations that impact their organizations. 2nd Annual EARN UP TO 20 CLE CREDITS: Conference Chairman: Jeff Merrell Vice President, Global Trade Compliance Rolls-Royce North America Inc.
  2. 2. 8:00 Registration 8:30 Chairman's Opening Remarks Jeff Merrell, Vice President, Global Trade Compliance Rolls-Royce North America Inc. 8:40 Managing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Program for Greater Duty Reduction • Determining the impact of the latest FTAs (Korea, Panama, Columbia) on an organization • Discussing the older FTAs (NAFTA, Europe & Asia) • Comprehending the FTA management processes and systems • Analyzing Free Trade Zones (FTZs) to help maximize duty savings Randi E. Heuser, Manager, Trade Programs BP 9:30 Interactive Panel Discussion Export and Import Compliance: Centralized or Not? Separate or Together • Identifying the pros and cons of integration • Determining the benefits of centralization vs separate control • Assessing logistical concerns in unifying the compliance functions • Reviewing potential cost concerns to better obtain upper management support Moderator: John McElroy, Global Import / Export Compliance Manager Biomet Inc. Panelists: K. Michelle Moon, CUSECO, Director, International Trade Compliance The Phoenix Company of Chicago, Inc. Brian White, Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance Del Monte Foods 10:30 Networking Break ADDRESSING FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS AND THE INTEGRATION OF IMPORT AND EXPORT PROGRAMS PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | April 23, 2012 1:00 Registration 1:30 Pre-Conference Workshop A Conducting Effective Audits for a Trade Compliance Program Many organizations face the challenge of establishing a more structured approach to performing audits of their compliance programs. Ascertaining how to perform a more complete audit methodology is vital to creating a well-rounded and well efficient program. This Interactive Workship will provide you with practical strategies and tools in: • Identifying and overcoming challenges in having a knowledgeable staff to understand the complexities in performing an audit. • Determining specific problems faced by organizations to identify solutions for their trade compliance programs. • Comprehending the role of automation to create speed and efficiency. • Managing an ever-changing program that possesses the ability to factor in changes in laws to continue to perform up to date audits. • Uncovering tips on overcoming cultural and language obstacles when developing a global compliance program • Strategies for effective global audit implementation Julie L. Hoeniges, Global Customs Compliance Manager Caterpillar Inc. 3:30 Networking Break 4:00 Pre-Conference Workshop B Determining Best Practices in Trade Compliance Programs by Swapping Program Outlines Maintaining an integrated trade compliance program is a difficult task and in this workshop, individuals will be able to learn from fellow professionals by reviewing and swapping their trade compliance documents to better identify areas of success and ideas to better their programs. This Interactive Workshop Will provide you with practical strategies and tools in: • Determining from technology control plans how to create a proper basic format. • Reviewing commonalities in programs that show benefit and can be copied • Developing a successful technology control model to assist in a successful training regimen. • Identifying problems within an organization's program and reviewing possible solutions from other programs Gary Wibracht, International Trade Compliance Director ElectroMotive Diesels, Inc. 6:00 End of Pre-Conference Workshops Day One | Tuesday, April 24, 2012 SPONSORSHIP INFO Does your company have solutions or technologies that the conference delegates would benefit from knowing? If so, you can find out more about the exhibiting, networking and branding opportunities available by contacting: Darrin Grove, Darring@marcusevansch.com.
  3. 3. Day One | Continued 11:00 Joint Presentation Analyzing Policy and Enforcement Updates from the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) • Reviewing updates on the current status and implementation of the export controls reform initiative • Analyzing the functions of the Office of Export Enforcement • Uncovering the newest trends in enforcement • Determining the benefits of engaging in a voluntary self disclosure • Discussing interagency cooperation to understand the government's intent • Comprehending what is moving from the United States Munitions List (USML) to the Commercial Commodity List (CCL) • Evaluating the benefits and burdens of the shift from the USML to the CCL • Clarifying the intricacies of the proposed changes to the 600 series • Qualifying when something falls under the series to comprehend the impact upon the end items Ronald Orzel, Special Agent-in-Charge Chicago Field Office U.S. Department of Commerce Office of Export Enforcement Karen Swasey, Senior Policy Analyst Office of National Security and Technology Transfer Controls Bureau of Industry and Security U.S. Department of Commerce 11:50 Export Controls Session State or Commerce Commodity Jurisdiction • Analyzing self determination to understand if CJ or CCATS is correct for an organization • Reviewing tips and practices for processing both CJ and CCATS • Understanding EAR and ITAR jurisdictional terms • Identifying product matrix concerns to assess best practices. Bob Schuettler, Director, Corporate Export Licensing ATK 12:40 Luncheon 1:40 Export Controls Roundtable Discussion Evaluating Changes to Encryption Rules and Regulations • Examining updates on encryption controls, in order to maintain a current compliance program • Conducting an encryption assessment, and determining License Exception ENC eligibility under 740.17(b)(2), (b)(3), or (b)(1), per the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) • Filing a Commodity Classification Request in SNAP-R and supporting documentation requirements • Requirements for obtaining your company's Encryption Registration • Best Practices with regards to encryption controls • Emerging global encryption controls Veronica Palacios, Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance Avaya Inc. 2:30 Export Controls Session Summarizing the New STA License Exception • Identifying what is the process for US exporters • Comprehending what the regulations say • Training foreign end users on the new regulations • Reviewing record keeping requirements to maintain proper filing William van Amerongen, Director of International Trade Compliance International Rectifier Corporation 3:20 Networking Break 3:50 Export Controls Session Determining an Effective Export Control Training and Awareness Program • Assessing the focus of training for an organization to identify areas of concern • Identifying how best to maximize training by including legal, HR, and compliance departments in the process • Compiling training records to establish a proper protocol • Determining the benefits of live training vs web-based Gary Wibracht, International Trade Compliance Director ElectroMotive Diesel, Inc 4:40 Closing Remarks and End of Day One EXPORT CONTROLS TRACK 11:00 Import & Customs Session Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Update • Discussing the current priorities of CBP • Reviewing current enforcement and penalty trends • Comprehending future priorities for CBP Julie Ann Parks, Senior Manager, Export/Import Operations Raytheon Company 11:50 Import & Customs Session Reviewing Anti-Dumping Duties (ADD) and Countervailing Duties (CVD) • Analyzing the E-allegation process • Implementing controls effectively to determine best practices • Assessing the renewed focus on both Anti-dumping and countervailing • Comparing retrospective vs prospective AD/CVD systems Alexander Amdur, Branch Chief, AD/CVD Policy and Programs Office of International Trade U.S. Customs and Border Protection 12:40 Luncheon 1:40 Import & Customs Session Import Value and Transfer Pricing • Reaching the right customs value calculation • Harmonizing transfer pricing and customs value • Customs value challenges in emerging markets • Transfer pricing and customs valuation issues in China, Pakistan, and other Southeast Asian countries Beata K. Spuhler, Senior Associate Drinker Biddle 2:30 Import & Customs Session Assessing Supply Chain Security Programs to Review Best Methods • Evaluating mutual recognition of CTPAT and AEO • Implementing a global approach to supply chain security programs • Protecting confidential information • Assessing data integrity and protection • Identifying the newest changes from ACS to ACE • Comprehending the problems still facing modernization to ACE • Pros and cons of the E-manifest system Jill Franze, Director, Global Customs Cisco Systems, Inc. 3:20 Networking Break 3:50 Import & Customs Session Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Screening • Determining the problems specific to freight cargo shipping • Assessing the best methods to reach 100% success in screening • Examining the updates in technology in screening • Comparing and contrasting lessons learned from air cargo screening with inbound freight shipping to examine mutual areas of success Gary E. Lupinacci, Assistant Branch Chief Certified Cargo Screening Program Transportation Security Administration 4:40 Closing Remarks and End of Day One IMPORT & CUSTOMS COMPLIANCE TRACK ACCREDITATION: marcus evans has requested CLE accreditation from all appropriate states. marcus evans certifies that this conference has been pre approved for CLE credits by the Pennsylvania, California and West Virginia State continuing legal education authorities and also approved for New Jersey and Colorado CLE credits via reciprocity. To qualify for CLE credits you are required to sign-in with your state bar number for every conference day that you are in attendance. CLE credits are subject to final approval from the individual state boards and certificates will be issued 6-8 weeks after the conference.
  4. 4. Day Two | Wednesday, April 25, 2012 8:00 Registration 8:25 Chairman's Opening Remarks Jeff Merrell, Vice President, Global Trade Compliance Rolls-Royce North America Inc. 8:30 Joint Session Developing Global Compliance Programs • The global approach to designing and implementing a trade compliance program • What to expect from the different regions (Asia/Pacific, EMEA, and Latin America). • Different approaches by the regulators to enforcement • Dissecting the EU changes to ascertain the effects on organizations working overseas John McElroy, Global Import / Export Compliance Manager Biomet Inc. 9:20 Joint Session Automating Global Trade Compliance • Assessing benefits and burdens of automation • Uncovering strategic considerations – What to automate and what not to automate • Comparing customized vs. off-the-shelf automation • Discovering funding challenges for automation Steve Rubinson, International Trade Compliance Manager Johnson Controls Inc. Brian White, Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance Del Monte Foods 10:10 Networking Break 10:40 Joint session Know Before You Go-Key Considerations to Doing the Deal Right Expanding your business to new countries? There are U.S. and non- U.S. compliance issues that could seriously affect your business-and perhaps prohibit it altogether. Using Mexico as an example, the panel will discuss: • U.S. embargoes, sanctions, export controls and red flags • Costs and restrictions for importing into another country • Opportunities to expand your market and reduce costs • Recent developments on customs compliance and enforcement in Mexico • What are the customs legislation trends in Central and South America? Adrienne Braumiller, Partner Braumiller Schulz LLP Bruce H. Leeds, Of Counsel Braumiller Schulz LLP Brenda Cordova, Managing Attorney, Mexican Affiliate Braumiller Schulz LLP ANALYZING METHODS TO DEVELOP AND AUGMENT A GLOBAL TRADE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM 11:30 Import & Customs Joint Presentation Surviving Focused Assessments (FAs) to Review Issues of Compliance • FA Process overview • FA selection criteria: Why me? • Preparing for an FA • Common compliance issues exposed by the FA process • Conversation with CBP Auditors Kevin Bridgford, Field Director, Regulatory Audit Office of International Trade Chicago U.S. Customs and Border Protection Paul Vinkler, CPA, Assistant Field Director, Regulatory Audit Office of International Trade Chicago U.S. Customs and Border Protection Kathleen Murphy, Partner, Drinker Biddle 12:20 Luncheon 1:20 Import & Customs Session Importer Self Assessment (ISA) • Understanding the program and benefits • Preparing and improving the compliance program for ISA • Making the most of the Application Review Meeting • Is it right for my company and the ongoing commitments of ISA Salvatore Fragale, International Trade and Foreign Trade Zone Coordinator Baxter Healthcare Corporation IMPORT & CUSTOMS COMPLIANCE TRACK 11:30 Export Controls Session Preventing Diversion to Operate Properly Overseas • Conducting effective due diligence on customs to maintain compliance with U.S. laws • Making sure agents abroad know the red flags to prevent working with illegal persons or organizations • Creating awareness of the issues involved in diversion prevention with trade partners by including diversion clauses in contracts • Conducting effective training for foreign staffers to be aware of U.S. regulations Steve Rubinson, International Trade Compliance Manager Johnson Controls Inc. 12:20 Luncheon 1:20 Export Controls Session Assessing the Deemed Export Rules Effects Upon Dual Nationals • The revised I-129 form: are your foreign employees ready? • Reviewing the new form I-129 petition for nonimmigrant visa petitions • Avoiding discrimination claims while ensuring compliance with the deemed export rule • Reviewing the changes to ITAR section 126 to review the impact of the new exemptions • EAR vs. ITAR rules for dual national workers Jeff Merrell, Vice President, Global Trade Compliance Rolls-Royce North America Inc. EXPORT CONTROLS TRACK
  5. 5. PRODUCER INFO I would like to thank everyone who has assisted with the research and organization of the event, particularly the speakers for their support and commitment. Adam Rodriguez, Conference Producer, adamro@marcusevansch.com>vansch.com. Day Two | Continued 2:10 Export Controls Session Analyzing the Newly Revised Proposed Brokering Regulations • Comprehending the new definitions of broker and brokering activities • Comprehending registration requirements and exemptions • Managing disclosure requirements for foreign brokers • Reviewing new prior approval exemptions • Discussing the revised reporting requirements Gwendolyn Hassan, JD, Manager of Corporate Compliance Office of the General Counsel Navistar, Inc. 3:00 Networking Break 3:30 Interactive Panel Discussion OFAC Compliance Panel Discussion • CISADA and the latest sanctions implemented by the US and the EU • Dealing with OFAC enforcement and penalties • Discussing the recent sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council on Iran • Common compliance program deficiencies • Strategic planning for new and rapidly implemented sanctions • Implementing OFAC compliance programs outside the USA • Training programs for OFAC compliance Joshua Holzer, Chief Compliance Counsel for Global Trade Pfizer Inc. Allan Tiro, Managing Counsel-International Trade Regulation and Policy GE Healthcare Mike Boriboon, Director, Governance & Enterpise-Risk Global Sanctions Compliance Citigroup Inc 4:20 Export Controls Session Enhancing the Security of Technical Information Data to Bolster a Technology Controls Program • Strategies to control technical discussions and flow of information externally and internally • Control access to information on cloud computing sites and networks to prevent unauthorized data transfers • Discuss strategies to maintain tangible control of technology and deemed exports Jennifer Maki, Counsel-Government Group Fluor 5:10 Closing Remarks and End of Conference EXPORT CONTROLS TRACK 2:10 Import & Customs Session Determining the Effects of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) 2012 • Composing an overview of HTS 2012 changes • Understanding the review process • Uncovering strategies for getting your organization updated Brooke Horiuchi, Senior Manager-Export/Import Compliance, ATK 3:00 Networking Break 3:30 Import & Customs Session Reviewing rhe Incoterms 2010 to Comprehend the Impact on Transportation and Delivery of Goods • Identifying revenue recognition, risk of loss, insurance claims, title transfer, and their relationship to Incoterms • Template: A corporate Incoterms policy for sales by world region • Comprehending the pitfalls of EXW and why FCA is the preferred alternative • Reviewing the new Incoterms DAP and DAT, and which Incoterms they replace • Understanding why FOB, CIF, and CFR should not be used for containerized cargo • Demystifying Incoterms with a case study: A stolen hopper truck full of product – Who pays and why? Jeremy Merritt, Manager, International Trade and Transportation Compliance Ascend Performance Materials 4:20 Closing Remarks and End of Conference IMPORT & CUSTOMS COMPLIANCE TRACK
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