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The new e-commerce: How CBP is making it easier to import e-commerce orders

  • DateSeptember 21, 2021
  • Time1:00 PM EDT
  • Duration1 hour
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About this Webinar

In the past year, e-commerce sales have risen exponentially. The world of e-commerce represents an enormous opportunity for businesses, yet there are also a number of risks.

In this webinar, our experts will discuss:

  • A historical e-commerce landscape and will uncover opportunities for subsequent growth
  • Major risks and challenges businesses face now and into the future
  • How recent legislative changes under Section 321 Entry Type 86 have made e-commerce easier for businesses to send shipments across the U.S. border
  • How you can leverage e-commerce opportunities for sustainable success

Who Should Attend?

Small and medium businesses who work with e-commerce consolidators, freight forwarders, and Livingston’s U.S. brokerage clients will benefit from this webinar.

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Our experts

Jill M. Hurley, Esq.: Director, Trade Management Consulting

As Director, Trade Management Consulting, Jill Hurley oversees client U.S. import and export projects and reviews client business practices to determine areas of risk and offer compliance, risk management and penalty mitigation solutions.

Prior to joining Livingston in 2010, Jill was logistics manager for an aerospace and defense manufacturing company in New York. Jill has particular expertise in the development and implementation of import/export compliance programs, compliance audits, export licensing requirements, supply-chain security, penalty mitigation projects, anti-dumping and countervailing duties, and intellectual property orders.

Jill is a licensed attorney in the State of New York and holds a juris doctor from the University at Buffalo Law School.

Dan Ovsey: Director, Public Relations & Marketing Communications

Dan Ovsey is a marketing director and storyteller at Livingston International. Dan is responsible for helping business decision makers engaged in global trade processes better understand the impact and relevance of customs policies, regulations and procedures on their businesses. He is a former journalist and editor whose work has appeared in newspapers across the country and who has been closely following the world of logistics and trade for 15 years.

Scott Robbins: Vice President, U.S. Brokerage

As Vice President, U.S. Brokerage, Scott Robbins is accountable for work performed on the U.S.-Canada border, U.S.-Mexico border, Air/Sea ports of entry across the U.S. and Foreign Trade Zone operations within these locations. Scott has a deep expertise in U.S. customs brokerage operations, regulatory requirements of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the various Participating Government Agencies (PGAs).

Scott is a licensed U.S. Customs Broker and has maintained his National Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association (NCBFAA) Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) status since the program’s inception. He is actively engaged in the NCBFAA, Northern Border Customs Brokers Association (NBCBA), Import Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA), National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones (NAFTZ).

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