Publications & Events (2018)
Publications, Presentations & Quotes
Wassenaar Arrangement 2017 Plenary Agreements Implementation (Final Rule)
October 30, 2018
On October 24, 2018, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) revised the Commerce Control List (CCL) and EAR to update the Wassenaar Arrangement List of Dual-Use Goods and Technologies following changes decided upon during the December 2017 Plenary meeting. This final rule amends over fifty (50) ECCNs, License Exceptions APR, ENC, and STA, Definitions, the WA Sensitive and Very Sensitive Lists, and Regional Stability Controls.
BIS Issues Revised Process on Aluminum and Steel Exclusion Requests
September 7, 2018
As a result of comments received from the March 19 rule on remedies to the actions taken by President Trump’s issuance of Proclamations 9704 and 9705 to protect national security from threats resulting from imports of aluminum and steel, the Department of Commerce instituted a new process, effective September 11, for submitting objections to exclusion requests. BIS expects the revisions to the rule to make significant improvements to the current process for submitting tariff exclusion requests.
BIS Amends 17 ECCNs for MTCR Changes
August 30, 2018
On August 30, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) amended the Export Administration Regulations to reflect changes to the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) Annex that were agreed to by MTCR member countries in 2017. This final rule updates the following seventeen ECCNs: 1B117, 1B118, 1C111, 1C118, 2B109, 2B120, 2B121, 2B122, 6A107, 7A105, 7A107, 7A116, 9A012, 9A101, 9A115, 9A515, and 9A610.
News & Events from Jamie Joiner - Update on Iran Sanctions and More!
August 23, 2018
This newsletter features four articles entitled, "Executive Order is Issued to Reimpose Certain Iran Sanctions," "Additional Updates on China Tariffs," "Trump Administration Signs Export Controls Act," and "U.S. Government Issues Advisory of Risks for Businesses with Supply Chain Links to North Korea." View Newsletter→
Update on China Tariffs
August 8, 2018
The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) recently announced that it has finalized the second list of tariff codes, covering an estimated $16 billion in Chinese imports, that will be subject to an additional 25% duty rate. CBP will begin collecting these tariffs starting on August 23, 2018. The USTR also announced that it is extending the public comment period on the third list of tariff codes, covering approximately $200 billion in Chinese imports, that would have been subject to an additional 10% duty. In response to President Trump’s recent request that the additional duty rate be raised to 25%, the USTR has extended the public comment period to accept feedback on this potential increase. The comment period will now be extended to September 6, 2018.
HBA Lawyers for Literacy Committee: 25 for 25 Book Drive
August 2, 2018
Jamie Joiner and Lindsey Roskopf are proud to participate in the Houston Bar Association’s Literacy Committee’s annual book drive. Help the HBA Lawyers for Literacy Committee collect 25,000 books on their 25th anniversary! Read More→
News & Events from Jamie Joiner - China Tariff Updates and More!
July 17, 2018
This newsletter features four articles entitled, "Update on China Tariffs Amid Escalating Trade Dispute," "Commerce Department Lifts ZTE Denial Order," "OFAC Revokes JCPOA General Licenses and Amends ITSR," and "Proposed Rules Transfer Firearms and Related Articles from USML to CCL." View Newsletter→
U.S. Announces Proposed 10% Tariff on $200 Billion Worth of Chinese Imports
July 13, 2018
In the escalating trade dispute between the U.S. and China, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) recently announced a proposed new 10% ad valorem tariff on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. This list identifies thousands of Chinese products – including foods, consumer goods, tobacco, chemicals, coal, steel and aluminum – representing an approximate annual trade value of $200 billion. Read More→
Commerce Extends Comment Period re: Section 232 Investigation into Imports of Automobiles, Automotive Parts
June 28, 2018
In furtherance of the President’s May 8, 2018 decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, OFAC has officially revoked Iran-related General Licenses H and I. Specifically, OFAC has issued two new general licenses authorizing the wind down, through August 6, 2018, of transactions previously authorized under General License I, and the wind down, through November 4, 2018, of transactions previously authorized under General License H. Read More→
Commerce Extends Comment Period re: Section 232 Investigation into Imports of Automobiles, Automotive Parts
June 21, 2018
Today, in response to requests for additional time, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it is extending the comment period for the May 30, 2018 notice which requested comments regarding the effects on national security of imports of automobiles and automotive parts. Comments and requests to appear at the public hearings were originally due by June 22, 2018, but will now be accepted until June 29, 2018. Additionally, the rebuttal period has been extended to July 13, 2018.
U.S. Takes Steps to Curb China’s Trade Practices
June 20, 2018
Today, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) published a notice announcing the imposition of an additional ad valorem duty of 25 percent on certain products from China that have an approximate annual trade value of $34 billion, effective July 6, 2018. The administration is still accepting comments and will hold a public hearing on whether the duty will be imposed on additional products with an approximate trade value of $16 billion. This coincides with the administration’s plan to impose a tariff of $50 billion on goods imported from China containing industrially significant technology.
Happy Father’s Day
June 15, 2018
Jamie Joiner would like to wish a very Happy Father’s Day to all the master grillers, expert navigators, and wise fathers in our lives and yours. We don’t know where we’d be without our dads!
Commerce Unveils New ZTE Settlement, Lifts Denial Order
June 11, 2018
Last week, Secretary of Commerce Ross announced that ZTE Corporation and ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications Ltd. (collectively, “ZTE”) have agreed to severe additional penalties and compliance measures to remove the BIS denial order imposed as a result of ZTE’s violations of its March 2017 settlement agreement. ZTE must pay $1 billion and place an additional $400 million in suspended penalty money in escrow before BIS will remove ZTE from the Denied Persons List. These penalties are in addition to the $892 million in penalties ZTE has already paid to the U.S government under the March 2017 settlement agreement. ZTE must also retain a team of special compliance coordinators selected by and answerable to BIS for a period of 10 years and replace the entire board of directors and senior leadership for both entities.
Issuance of Ukraine-/Russia-related General License
June 5, 2018
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License 16. General License 16 authorizes U.S. persons to engage in specified transactions related to winding down or maintaining business involving EN+ Group PLC, JSC EuroSibEnergo, or any entity in which EN+ Group PLC or JSC EuroSibEnergo owns, directly or indirectly, a 50 percent or greater interest, until Oct. 23, 2018.
OFAC Issues Ukraine-/Russia-related General Licenses
May 22, 2018
Today, OFAC issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License 15 which authorizes U.S. persons to engage in specified transactions related to winding down or maintaining business with GAZ Group and its subsidiaries until Oct. 23, 2018. OFAC also issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License 12C, which replaces and supersedes General License 12B in its entirety. General License 12C permits originating and intermediary U.S. financial institutions to process funds transfers (that they would otherwise block) to an account held by a blocked U.S. person at a U.S. financial institution. It also clarifies that U.S. financial institutions can release such funds for authorized maintenance and wind-down purposes. Lastly, OFAC posted six new FAQs and revisions to existing FAQs about these general licenses.
Executive Order Further Prohibits Venezuelan-Related Transactions
May 21, 2018
Today, President Trump signed an Executive Order to further prohibit Venezuelan-related transactions. Among other restrictions, today’s Executive Order prohibits persons in the U.S. from purchasing any debt or collateral owed to the government of Venezuela. This order follows sanctions imposed in March and is in response to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s victory and second term in an election that U.S. officials classify as corrupt and in direct opposition to democratic order.
State, Commerce Issue Proposed Rules Transferring Certain Cat. I, II & III Items from USML to CCL
May 15, 2018
This week, the U.S. Department of State posted a proposed rule that would amend the International Traffic in Arms Regulations to revise Categories I (firearms, close assault weapons and combat shotguns), II (guns and armament) and III (ammunition and ordnance) of the U.S. Munitions List (USML) to describe more precisely the articles warranting export and temporary import control on the USML. Read More→
World Trade Month
May 15, 2018
Jamie Joiner joins the U.S., the world’s largest importer and exporter of goods and services, to celebrate World Trade Month during the month of May. This month-long celebration is to highlight and promote companies that export goods and services around the world. As a business whose mission is to serve, educate, and empower global organizations through ethics and compliance, we are always willing and able to celebrate global trade and the people and businesses who make it possible.
Happy Mother’s Day
May 13, 2018
All that we are and all that we hope to be can be attributed to a mother’s love. Jamie Joiner wishes a very happy Mother’s Day to all of the selfless and loving mothers in our lives and yours.
U.S. Withdraws from Iran Nuclear Deal
May 8, 2018
Pres. Trump announced today that the U.S. will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal (officially, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA) and will begin re-imposing, following a wind-down period, the U.S. nuclear-related sanctions that were lifted pursuant to the JCPOA. The Departments of State and Treasury will take steps necessary to establish a 90-day and a 180-day wind-down period for activities involving Iran that were consistent with the U.S. sanctions relief afforded under the JCPOA. Read More→
OFAC Issues New Ukraine-/Russia-Related General Licenses, FAQs
May 2, 2018
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License 12B, which replaces and supersedes General License 12A in its entirety. Specifically, OFAC stated that General License 12B permits originating and intermediary U.S. financial institutions to process funds transfers that they would otherwise block to an account held by a blocked U.S. person at a U.S. financial institution. Read More→
U.S. Continues Limited Sanctions Relief for Belarus
April 27, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) extended for another six months the authorization that generally permits U.S. persons to engage in transactions with certain sanctioned Belarusian entities (including petrochemical conglomerate Belneftekhim). The new general license authorizing these transactions under certain conditions is effective until October 30, 2018. The previous general license was set to expire on April 30th.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 4.27.18
April 27, 2018
U.S. Continues Limited Sanctions Relief for Belarus; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement; Let's Celebrate!; and Newsletter Coming Back! View Mailer→
OFAC Extends Wind-Down Period for United Company RUSAL PLC
April 24, 2018
In order to minimize the impact of sanctions on U.S. persons, partners, and allies, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License 14 authorizing U.S. persons to engage in specified transactions related to winding down and maintaining business with United Company RUSAL PLC (RUSAL) and its subsidiaries until Oct. 23, 2018. Read More→
Trade-Related News in a Flash 4.20.18
April 20, 2018
Trump Administration Updates Conventional Arms Transfer Policy; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
We are Part of One Team - One Dream with The Periwinkle Foundation
April 17, 2018
On April 14, 2018, Jamie Joiner helped The Periwinkle Foundation celebrate its 35th anniversary of developing and providing programs for children and families affected by cancer and other life threatening illnesses. Jamie Joiner joined an amazing group of 550 supporters to raise funds for deserving recipients of The Periwinkle Foundation’s many outlets for unnumbered worthy children, teens, and families.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 4.13.18
April 13, 2018
CBP Expands Definition of Importer Security Filing (ISF) Importer; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
Trade-Related News in a Flash 4.6.18
April 6, 2018
USTR Releases Proposed Tariff List covering 1,300 Chinese Goods; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
OFAC Designates Russian Oligarchs, Officials, Entities Following Issuance of CAATSA Report
April 6, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), in consultation with the U.S. Department of State, designated seven Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control, 17 senior Russian government officials, and a state-owned Russian weapons trading company and its subsidiary, a Russian bank. The Treasury Department stated that the actions target a number of individuals listed in its CAATSA Section 241 report (released in late January 2018), including those who benefit from the Putin regime and play a key role in advancing Russia’s malign activities. Read More→
USTR Releases Proposed Tariff List covering 1,300 Chinese Goods
April 4, 2018
As part of the U.S. response to China’s unfair trade practices, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) published a proposed list of products imported from China that could be subject to additional tariffs. This follows President Trump’s announcement in March 2018 that the United States would impose tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese imports and take other actions in response to China’s policies that require U.S. companies to transfer their technology and intellectual property to Chinese firms. The USTR stated that sectors subject to the proposed tariffs include industries such as aerospace, information and communication technology, robotics, and machinery. The USTR also confirmed that the proposed list will undergo further review in a public notice and comment process, including a hearing, prior to the release of the final list.
BIS Implements Australia Group Changes
April 2, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) published a final rule amending the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to implement changes made by the Australia Group (AG) in 2017. The rule amends the following ECCNs: 2B350, 2B351, 2B352, 1C353, 1C350, as well as corrects typographical errors in a note to ECCN 1C351. The rule also amends the EAR to reflect the addition of India as a participating country in the AG.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 3.23.18
March 23, 2018
Trump Announces Proposed New Tariffs in Response to Chinese Unfair Trade Practices; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
Client Alert: Trump Announces Proposed New Tariffs in Response to Chinese Unfair Trade Practices
March 22, 2018
President Trump recently announced a sweeping new trade action – which he called “the first of many” – to increase tariffs on Chinese goods as a result of unfair practices that may be harming U.S. intellectual property rights, innovation and technology development. The United States Trade Representative (USTR) must publish within 15 days a proposed list of Chinese products and that will be subject to tariff increases. According to a fact sheet, the list will include products from the aerospace, information and communication technology, and machinery industries. After a public comment period, the USTR will publish a final product list with increased tariff amounts. Client Alert→
Client Alert: Commerce Implements Process for Seeking Exclusion From New Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
March 20, 2018
The Department of Commerce has issued an interim final rule establishing the requirements for seeking exclusion from, and objecting to the granting of an exclusion request for, the recently-announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. These new tariffs – which amount to 25% for steel and 10% for aluminum – will take effect on March 23, 2018. Exclusion requests can only be submitted by individuals and organizations that use certain steel and aluminum articles in business activities located in the U.S., while objections to exclusion requests can be submitted by any individual or organization in the U.S. Client Alert→
Treasury Announces Inflation Adjustments for Civil Monetary Penalties
March 16, 2018
Today, the Treasury Department announced that it will adjust its civil monetary penalties for inflation, as mandated by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 1990. The final rule will adjust civil monetary penalties within the jurisdiction of certain components of the Treasury Department (including OFAC) to the maximum amount required by law. The statutory maximum civil penalty for a violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) is now the greater of $295,141 or twice the amount of the underlying transaction. The statutory maximum civil penalty for the Trade with the Enemy Act (TWEA) has been adjusted to $86,976.
OFAC Posts Several CAATSA-Related Updates
March 15, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) published several updates related to the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA), including amended Cyber General License No. 1A (GL 1A) in connection with the designation of the Federal Security Service (aka FSB) under Section 224 of CAATSA; four updated FAQs relating GL 1A; one updated CAATSA-related FAQ; and additional CAATSA/Russia-related Designations. OFAC stated that the changes to Cyber General License No. 1 (regarding the FSB) are limited to adding CAATSA authorities. Read More→
Trade-Related News in a Flash 3.9.18
March 9, 2018
Pres. Trump Imposes High Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
Pres. Trump Imposes High Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel
March 8, 2018
Following through on an announcement made last week, President Trump signed presidential proclamations imposing 25 percent tariffs on imports of steel, and ten percent tariffs on aluminum; however, the President exempted Canada and Mexico from the tariffs (for now) and has also “left open an avenue for potentially modifying or removing a tariff under certain conditions for individual countries.” The proclamations also provide a mechanism for U.S. parties to apply for exclusion of specific products based on demand that is unmet by domestic production or on specific national security considerations. The tariffs become effective on March 23, 2018. The presidential proclamations can be found here and here.
International Women's Day
March 8, 2018
Today, on International Women’s Day, and every day, Jamie Joiner stands with those who #PressForProgress for gender inclusivity and gender parity. Though research tells us that gender parity is over 200 years away, it is important to take action daily to promote the advancement and equality of women. #IWD2018
Trade-Related News in a Flash 3.2.18
March 2, 2018
Trump Announces Tariff Increases for Steel, Aluminum Imports; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
Trump Announces Tariff Increases for Steel, Aluminum Imports
March 2, 2018
During a recent meeting with industry executives, President Trump announced that he will be signing trade measures that would institute stiff new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. The measures, which arise from the recently completed investigation under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, will result in 25 percent tariffs on imports of steel, and 10 percent tariffs on imports of aluminum. Trump is expected to formally sign the new trade measures in the coming weeks.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 2.23.18
February 23, 2018
Bipartisan Export Control Reform Bill Introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
OFAC Announces New North Korean Sanctions Targeting Trade and Shipping
February 23, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) announced the largest set of North Korea-related sanctions to date, aimed at disrupting North Korean shipping and trading companies and vessels. The new sanctions target one individual, 27 entities, and 28 vessels which are located, registered or flagged in numerous different countries.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 2.16.18
February 16, 2018
OFAC Publishes New Venezuela-Related FAQs; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
OFAC Publishes New Venezuela-Related FAQs
February 13, 2018
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) published two new Venezuela-related FAQs to provide additional guidance on the debt-related prohibitions in Executive Order (E.O.) 13808, including the meaning of “new debt” for purposes of E.O. 13808 and the receipt of certain late payments from the Government of Venezuela (including Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A.).
Trade-Related News in a Flash 2.9.18
February 9, 2018
Vice President: U.S. will Unveil Tough New North Korea Sanctions; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
State Requests Comments re: USML Categories V, X, and XI
February 9, 2018
The U.S. Department of State announced that it will request comments from the public to inform its review of the controls implemented in recent revisions to Categories V, X, and XI of the United States Munitions List (USML). The State Department periodically reviews USML categories to ensure that they are clear, do not inadvertently control items in normal commercial use, account for technological developments, and properly implement the national security and foreign policy objectives of the United States. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) will also seek public comments to perform a complementary review of items on the Commerce Control List.
Trade-Related News in a Flash 2.2.18
February 2, 2018
U.S. Imposes Arms Restrictions on South Sudan; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
U.S. Imposes Arms Restrictions on South Sudan
February 2, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of State announced that it is implementing restrictions on the export of defense articles and defense services into South Sudan in response to the continued violence and humanitarian crises there. The State Department confirmed that it will amend the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to update the defense trade policy toward South Sudan, specifically, by applying a policy of denial, with limited exceptions, on the export of defense articles and defense services to South Sudan, including to all parties involved in the conflict. The U.S. is currently seeking support for a UN Security Council embargo on arms flows into South Sudan.
Attorney Appointed to Houston District Export Council
February 1, 2018
Ashley Moore, an Associate Attorney with Jamie Joiner, was recently appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to serve as an official member of the Houston District Export Council (HDEC). The mission of HDEC is to help foster U.S. economic growth and create American jobs by stimulating and facilitating the export of goods and services from companies located in Southeast Texas. For more information about HDEC, please visit www.houstondec.org
Trade-Related News in a Flash 1.26.18
January 26, 2018
Treasury Sanctions More Individuals, Entities, Vessels Supporting N. Korean Regime; General Updates; CBP; Enforcement and Let's Celebrate! View Mailer→
Jamie Joiner and Lindsay Roskopf Help Tackle Hunger in Southeast Texas
January 24, 2018 Jamie Joiner and Lindsay Roskopf is proud to assist the Houston Bar Association with combined efforts to help tackle hunger through the Houston Food Bank’s Souper Bowl of Caring initiative, where $1 equals 3 meals for our community. The contributions, which go directly to the Houston Food Bank, will collectively help transform the nation’s largest weekend for football into the largest weekend for caring. Donate→
Treasury Sanctions More Individuals, Entities, Vessels Supporting N. Korean Regime
January 24, 2018 Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned nine entities, 16 individuals, and six vessels as part of an ongoing effort to thwart North Korea’s ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and continued violations of UN Security Council Resolutions. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin stated that pursuant to these UN resolutions, the U.S. is targeting “illicit actors in China, Russia, and elsewhere who are working on behalf of North Korean financial networks, and calling for their expulsion from the territories where they reside,” as well as sanctioning more oil, shipping, and trading companies that continue to help fuel North Korea’s nuclear pursuits and destabilizing activities
Trade-Related News in a Flash 1.19.18
January 19, 2018
U.S. Stays in Iran Nuclear Deal…for Now; General Updates; CBP; and Enforcement View Mailer→
State Issues Correction re: Civil Monetary Penalty Adjustment
January 19, 2018 Today, the U.S. Department of State published a correction to its Jan. 3, 2018 notice announcing adjustments to civil monetary penalties for regulatory provisions maintained and enforced by the State Department. Specifically, the State Department revised the civil penalty amount for 22 CFR 127.10(a)(1)(ii) – part of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) – from "$808,458," to read “$824,959, or five times the amount of the prohibited incentive payment, whichever is greater.” The correction is effective today.
U.S. Stays in Iran Nuclear Deal…for Now
January 17, 2018
Pres. Trump recently released a statement in which he asserted that, despite his “strong inclination,” the United States would not yet withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal (officially, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA), confirming that the U.S. would continue to waive nuclear-related sanctions on Iran to fulfill its obligations under the deal. Read More→
Trade-Related News in a Flash 1.12.18
January 12, 2018
OFAC Sanctions Four Venezuelan Government Officials; General Updates; CBP; and Enforcement View Mailer→
OFAC Sanctions 4 More Venezuelan Officials
January 5, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) announced that it has sanctioned four current and former Venezuelan government officials associated with corruption and repression in Venezuela. All of the sanctioned individuals are active or retired senior military officers. These sanctions are a part of an effort by the United States to pressure the Maduro regime into restoring democracy in Venezuela.
State Adjusts Certain Civil Monetary Penalty Amounts for Inflation
January 3, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of State published a final rule to adjust upward the amount of certain civil monetary penalties assessed by the State Department, including amounts assessed pursuant to sections 38(e), 39A(c), and 40(k) of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA). The new amounts will apply only to those penalties assessed on or after Jan. 3rd, 2018, regardless of the date on which the underlying facts or violations occurred.
Past Events (2018)
Below are Jamie Joiner related events of 2018:
Jamie Joiner to Present at the NCBFAA Educational Institute’s Fourth Annual Global Trade Educational Conference (G·TEC) (Dallas, TX)
The NCBFAA Educational Institute’s Fourth Annual Global Trade Educational Conference (G·TEC) invites all global logistics professionals to a 2 day conference for the opportunity to update themselves on industry developments and connect with colleagues, both new and old. Join Jamie and other industry experts as they discuss “Staying Compliant with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR & ITAR)” on July 30.
Jamie Joiner to Present at the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America Annual Conference (Rancho Mirage, CA)
The NCBFAA Annual Conference brings together more than 600 international trade industry representatives from around the United States. For four days in Rancho Mirage, CA, many of the nation's leading customs brokers, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, OTIs and service providers gather to update themselves on industry developments and to connect with colleagues new and old.