About this Webinar
The United States has implemented Antiboycott Laws, under the Export Administration Regulations, which require U.S. firms to refuse to participate in foreign boycotts that the United States does not sanction. Companies that do not comply with the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations (EAR) antiboycott provisions can be subject to penalties under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of up to $250,000 per violation or twice the value of the transaction.
Covered in this session:
- A basic understanding of jurisdiction and regulatory applicability
- Types of antiboycott requests and language exceptions
- Reporting requirements and exceptions
Attend this webinar to be aware of how antiboycott regulations apply to your business and maintain a solid export compliance program to avoid cash penalties.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar offers a basic overview for any U.S. exporter and non-U.S. subsidiary of a U.S. company that exports.Register for this webinar
David Porter: Senior Consultant, Global Trade Consulting
As Senior Consultant, David Porter is responsible for classification projects – including classification determination for Consulting engagements; qualifying and conducting origin verification for global Free Trade Agreements on various industries; Import and Export regulatory research and developing and substantiating fact-based findings and recommendations for clients; and development and/or implementation of project plans for client engagements.
He is also accountable for supporting other engagements including protest filing, AD/CVD determination, audits and compliance manual development.
David joined Livingston in June 2020. Most recently he was the Director of Trade Compliance North America for Ingersoll Rand. He brings over 25 years of experience, in particular in the areas of HTS Classification, Tariff engineering, ECCN, Denied-Party Screening and Anti-Boycott.
David holds a Masters’ degree in International Management from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, and a BA Anthropology from University of Wyoming. He is a member of International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) and a Licensed Custom House Broker.