Unique International Import/Export Compliance Program to be Held Next Week in Dallas, Texas
The Institute for International and Comparative Law is holding what promises to be an excellent and unique two-day International Trade Compliance program on May 4-5, 2010 in the Dallas, Texas area.
This program, which will cover both import and export compliance issues, will be different from than the typical trade conference in that it is intended for senior global trade compliance professionals at multinational corporations. The program will not be a primer on what the law is since the intended audience knows the rules. Instead, the faculty presenters will provide, discuss and analyze the kind of practical, real world advice they offer and the compliance tools they implement to assure those rules are followed.
The Chatham House Rule will be in effect to foster a full discussion among faculty and participants of what
works and what doesn’t work in the real world of international trade regulatory compliance.
Members of the faculty have agreed, as a condition of participation, to share best practices and
to deliver an extensive set of trade compliance tools. Handouts will include subject matter bibliographies, checklists, policy documents and training materials.
The format will include roundtable discussion to facilitate an exchange of ideas among seasoned
senior trade compliance professionals from a wide variety of industries.
To view the agenda and to register click here.
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