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Spotting and Solving Customs Problems for Businesses That Import

ISBA Members: Use your 15 hours of Free CLE credits to order this program –
just use the green button next to the “Add to Cart” button below!

Presented the International & Immigration Law Section
Co-sponsored by the ISBA Administrative Law Section, ISBA Business Advice & Financial Planning Section, and the ISBA Diversity Leadership Council


1.0 hour MCLE credit


Original Program Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Accreditation Expiration Date: ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­June 13, 2026 (You must certify completion and save your certificate before this date to get MCLE credit)


Learn how to spot compliance issues and solve customs import problems for your next client with this informative seminar. Business advice attorneys, international and immigration law lawyers, and administrative law counsel with basic practice experience who attend this online program will better understand:
  • The liabilities for businesses importing goods into the United States;
  • How to classify and determine value of goods using Tariff Schedule;
  • How antidumping and countervailing duties help level the playing field for domestic businesses that have been injured by unfairly traded imports;
  • Detentions and seizures;
  • Potential penalties to be aware of;
  • When to disclose prior violations;
  • And more!

Program Coordinator/Chat Moderator:
Angela Peters , Buffalo Grove Law Offices, Arlington Heights

Program Speaker:
Jason Wapiennik
, Great Lakes Customs Law, Illinois/Michigan


Pricing Information

  • Please Note: You must attend the entire program in order to earn MCLE credit for this seminar.
  • ISBA sponsoring section members get a $10 registration discount (which is automatically calculated in your cart when you log in to register).
  • Fees:
    • ISBA Member Price of $35 is displayed below when you login and program is eligible for Free CLE member benefit.
    • Non-Member Price $70
    • New Attorney Member (within the first five years of practice) - $25
    • Law Students – Free