[Webinar]Importer Due Diligence on Forced Labor: Complying With the TFTEA & CAATSA
Together, the U.S. Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) and Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) restrict the entry of goods produced using forced labor into the U.S., particularly goods tied to North Korean labor. With the recent issuance of the Advisory on Sanctions Risks for Businesses With Supply Chain Links to North Korea and products being held at the border over concerns of forced labor, companies importing goods into the U.S. are facing increased pressure to conduct supply chain due diligence.
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2PM EST | 11AM PST | 6PM GMT
Tuesday, July 31st, 2018
Approximately 60 minutes
Join Ashley McIntyre, Corporate Social Responsibility Analyst at Assent Compliance, and Kenneth Kennedy, Senior Policy Advisor for Forced Labor Programs, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, as they delve into the issue of forced labor and take a look at due diligence activities that will support compliance with the TFTEA and CAATSA.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What are the TFTEA and CAATSA
- How these pieces of legislation impact your company
- About the recent release of the Advisory on Risks for Businesses With Supply Chain Links to North Korea, which includes information on supply chain risks and North Korean sanctions evasion tactics, penalties for sanctions violations and due diligence best practices
- Actions your company can take to comply with these requirements
- And more!
This is your opportunity to learn about your legal obligations under the TFTEA and CAATSA from experts in the field.