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Customs Enforcement Programs on the Horizon

A number of importers have received compliance letters from Customs. These letters identify a number of Customs Informed Compliance Publications, and remind importers of their obligation to exercise reasonable care in preparing and filing their customs entries.

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Changes to ISF Enforcement

On June 17, 2016, Customs announced that for shipments that are on the water on or before June 30, 2016, CBP ports will no longer be required to send requests for liquidated damages claims to Headquarters for review, and the “three-strikes” approach to liquidated damages claims against importers’ bonds will also end.  There is no change to cargo holds for ISF non-compliance.  Ports have the authority to both hold cargo and initiate liquidated damages claims.

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Prepare for the October 2016 Customs Broker License Exam - Live Class in Los Angeles

Los Angeles partner Erik Smithweiss teaches a class in Los Angeles to prepare for the Customs Broker Exam.

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Arthur W. Bodek to serve as Panelist at New York City Bar CLE Program on Lawyering in the Fashion Industry (June 17, 2016)

Arthur W. Bodek will serve as a panelist at the 11th Annual Lawyering In the Fashion Industry program presented by the New York City Bar - Center for CLE Programs.

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