Import Compliance Concepts

  • 22 Mar 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • World Trade Center Denver, 2650 E 40th Ave., Denver, CO 80205


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Approved by the Colorado Supreme Court for 5 CLE hours


This course introduces more advanced importing topics including: Reasonable Care, fines/penalties/forfeitures, seizures, Prior Disclosures, audit programs (Focused Assessments), preparation for CBP Audits, the Importer Self Assessment program (ISA), commodity classification rules and use of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule, duty management, country of origin determination, record keeping, and import valuation.


Dave Glynn, Holland & Hart

Dave is an attorney with Holland & Hart, LLP. He has recognized expertise in conducting detailed internal investigations and audits related to export controls, trade sanctions, and Customs laws. Working with clients in the development, drafting, and implementation of compliance programs in various areas of federal regulatory law, he utilizes his extensive experience in export management systems and import compliance programs to help his clients achieve their goals. Dave serves on the board of the World Trade Center Denver.

Sally Meier, IBM
In Sally’s current position, she has responsibility for international trade compliance across the Americas. She utilizes her over 30 years experience in U.S. importing and exporting to leverage opportunities across the Americas and globally. 

Prior Knowledge
It is recommended that you attend Incoterms and Import Logistics prior to this training as this course material will build on knowledge from those seminars.

This training counts 4 hours toward a Certificate in International Trade.
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Cancellation Policy
Refunds will only be remitted if cancellation occurs 48 hours in advance of the training.  Payment transference may occur on a case-by-case basis.  Cancellations occurring on the day of the training will not be refunded or transferred.