Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 23, 2015
Budget Compliance for Small Business Webinar Covers How to Protect Organization Assets
All importers, whether large or small, must exercise “reasonable care” in filing customs entries into the United States. This means they are often required to interpret a myriad of CBP regulations and requirements and classify numerous items in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) pursuant to often inconsistent CBP rulings.
This responsibility cannot be delegated to the importer’s customs broker or other third party. The failure to exercise reasonable care may result in unanticipated duty consequences and significant penalty liability. In some cases, company executives could even face sanctions for failure to operate under the umbrella of reasonable care.
How can a small business with limited resources possibly comply?
Larry Ordet, an attorney with international trade law firm Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. will conduct a webinar on April 29, 2015, to address these concerns and provide general recommendations regarding practices that small businesses may use to ensure they are in compliance with “reasonable care” responsibilities. Topics covered include compliance considerations for small businesses, the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Act (SBREA) and its benefits, potential liability for officers and owners, and False Claims Act concerns.
For more information or to register, visit http://www.strtrade.com/events-Reasonable-Care-Importers-Small-Businesses-Compliance-Budget-042915.html.
Leading international trade law firm Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. and its related global trade compliance management company Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services, Inc. together form the largest customs and international trade services provider in the world. The firms focus exclusively on matters concerning the movement of goods, services and intellectual property from one country to another, regardless of point of export or import. STR & STTAS provide services from helping a small startup importer or exporter form systems and procedures to successfully move its business forward to complete Global Trade Compliance Management.