Watch live: December 6, 2018, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
(available for on-demand viewing through the member portal)
Program length: 60 minutes
AREA OF STUDY: Part 2: Drawback and NAFTA Duty Deferral – A Deeper Dive
Location: Online Webinar
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12/6, WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Join the December 6 Webinar allowing attendees to get into the advanced details involved in Drawback and NAFTA Duty Deferral. Presenters: Jeremy Page, Founding Partner, Page Fura P.C., and Dawn Olesky, Vice President of Drawback Operations for STTAS, will highlight the export process involved between Canada and Mexico under these processes. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.
DAWN M. OLESKY serves as Vice President of Drawback Operations for STTAS, resident in the Detroit office. She is responsible for ensuring that drawback operations are conducted properly while striving for continuous improvement. She is also responsible for assisting with sales and marketing of new drawback business while identifying new drawback opportunities for existing clients. Ms. Olesky has experience in the customs industry, specializing in drawback since 1991. She has been a licensed customs broker since 1997, is a Certified Customs Specialist and is a member of the American Association of Exporters and Importers’ Drawback Committee. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northwood University.
Jeremy Page is a founding partner in the international trade law firm of Page·Fura, P.C. Mr. Page has more than 25 years of experience representing companies on the full gamut of import/export issues. From an import perspective, Mr. Page develops and implements comprehensive compliance programs designed to meet the standards of the Customs Modernization Act, as well as to satisfy internal corporate self-governance requirements. Mr. Page has conducted scores of internal reviews, developed customized compliance manuals and supporting procedures, and performed training of key personnel throughout the organizational structure. He has also represented companies before both U.S. and foreign import agencies on discrete import issues, including transfer pricing policies and practices, general customs valuation, tariff classification and engineering, free trade agreement and preference program eligibility/compliance, country of origin determinations, foreign-trade zones, duty drawback, and prior disclosures and investigative/enforcement proceedings.
Where exports are concerned, Mr. Page provides counsel on the full range of export, re-export and deemed export issues confronting today’s multinationals. That representation includes performing compliance audits and other evaluations of clients’ compliance programs, as well as representing companies on issues involving commodity jurisdiction, export licensing and control, deemed export/re-export program development and enhancement and sensitivity training. It also entails representation before BIS, OFAC, DDTC and Census on voluntary self-disclosures and/or enforcement proceedings.
In addition to his legal background, Mr. Page is also a licensed customs broker.
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