Hot Topics In International Trade Legislation That Will Directly Impact You

Recorded On: 09/26/2016

Join Robert Stang for this presentation on international trade legislation. This webinar provides a breakdown of recent trade legislation and free trade agreements affecting the promotional products industry. Highlights include cost savings and compliance provisions in the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015; updates on the newly proposed Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) providing post savings on imported materials and components for U.S. manufacturers; and a pre-election update on passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). This session qualifies as an "elective" under the Product Safety Aware Program.

Robert D. Stang


Robert Stang is a partner in the international trade and supply chain practice at Husch Blackwell. Bob focuses his practice on customs and brings over 30 years of experience to a wide range of issues affecting inbound and outbound goods, including tariff classification, valuation, country of origin and marking matters, free trade agreements, and special trade programs, including the GSP. A member of the firm's Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation team, Bob works with importers and exporters proactively to achieve cost savings and structure programs that meet CBP “reasonable care" requirements. He handles supply chain security issues, including Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) matters and regularly assists importers facing Customs and Border Protection audits, penalties, seizures and other agency enforcement activities. Bob has particular experience with a variety of soft goods and hard goods, including textiles and apparel, footwear, consumer electronics and home appliances. Before joining the firm, he was a member of the global trade practice at an Am Law 100 firm. He also was a director for a company that sourced apparel for U.S. distributors and a senior manager with the international trade practice of a “big four" accounting firm.


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