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The First Laws - History of Customs and Revenue Law
This one-hour webinar focuses on the fact that Trade has always been an important part of the American Economy. Some of the very first laws of our new Nation addressed imports and even today the Government continues to regulate trade.

In This Webinar You Will Learn:
- In This Webinar We Will Trace The Development of Today’s Laws From Their Earliest Roots

- Jennifer Diaz
- David Craven

Who Should Attend:
- This Webinar is Intended for Anyone Interested in Putting Today’s Trade Climate Into a Historical Perspective

Aug 11, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Diaz, Esq., B.C.S.
President @Diaz Trade Law
President and Founder of Diaz Trade Law, Jennifer (Jen) Diaz is a Chambers ranked, Board Certified International Attorney specializing in customs and international trade. For more than 15 years, Jen has provided legal advice and customized training on import and export compliance to industry, with a strong record of success in mitigating federal administrative enforcement actions. Jen has received many accolades from the legal community, including being recognized by “Super Lawyers” as a Top International Attorney, having an AV rating of “Superb,” and serving as President of the Organization of Women in International Trade (2018-2019). A frequent media commentator, Jen has authored book chapters, journal articles, and other articles for The Florida Bar, the American Bar Association, Bloomberg Law, and others. Jen is Editor of “Customs & International Trade Law,” a blog recognized by the U.S. Library of Congress as being an important part of the legal historical record.
David Craven
Of Counsel Attorney @Diaz Trade Law
David J. Craven has been an active practitioner in Customs and International Trade Law since his admission to the Bar in 1985. Mr. Craven has represented clients in broad range of trade and customs matters from companies on 6 continents. These companies range from sole proprietorships to large multi-national entities. Trade: He has substantial experience in antidumping and countervailing duty investigations and reviews in a broad range of products from food and food additives to iron and steel products to complex chemicals and mechanical devices. He has represented clients in antidumping and countervailing duty matters before both the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission. He has also represented numerous clients in Section 201, 301 and 232 proceedings. Recently Mr. Craven has represented multiple companies in multiple cases under the EAPA statute.