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Forecasting the Next 4 Years of Biden on Trade
This webinar will provide an overview of U.S.-China trade relations under Trump, explain where we are now, and forecast U.S.-China relations under Biden. Specifically, the presenters will discuss how exporters and particular industries will be affected and forecast the impact of a Biden administration on U.S. Customs and Border Protection priority trade issues.

In This Webinar You Will Learn:
- An overview of Trump trade policies (TPP, 301 (China/Vietnam/EU), 232, USMCA)
- A summary of the U.S. good/trade deficit under Trump
- Biden's Trade Priorities
- China under Biden - A forecast of Section 301 Tariffs
- Cuba under Trump vs. Biden
- Forced Labor and CBP Priority Trade Initiatives (including ADD/CVD)
- CBP Enforcement under Biden vs. Trump
- 301 Exclusions
- Expiring GSP

- Jennifer Diaz
- Sharath Patil
- Todd Owen

Who Should Attend:
- Importers
- Customs Brokers
- Regulatory Affairs Professionals
- In-house Legal Counsel
- Product Development Managers
- Others Interested in Trade Policy

Eligible for 1 CCS/MCS/CES/MES NEI Credit
- Input your NCBFAAA NEI ID number at the time of registration to receive credit.

Mar 3, 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.
Sharath Patil
Associate Attorney @Diaz Trade Law
Sharath Patil is an Associate Attorney with Diaz Trade Law. He assists U.S. and foreign manufacturers and exporters with a range of export compliance, regulatory compliance, and enforcement matters involving the Commerce Department, the State Department, the Treasury Department, and other federal agencies. Sharath has five years of experience in international trade law and policy, including in areas such as Export Administration Regulations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, Office of Foreign Assets Control, Section 232, USMCA, Section 301 China tariffs, and trade data analytics. Sharath’s past experiences include positions with the U.S. Court of International Trade, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Todd Owen
Senior Trade Advisor @Diaz Trade Law
Todd C. Owen is the former Executive Assistant Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO). As the senior executive for the Office of Field Operations for over 5 years, Mr. Owen was responsible for all operations at the 328 ports of entry in the United States, as well as overseas operations in 32 countries. At these ports of entry, the OFO mission was directed toward counter terrorism, narcotics interdiction, facilitating lawful trade and travel, trade enforcement to include agricultural protections, and admissibility determinations of arriving and departing border crossers. Mr. Owen oversaw an annual budget of $6.5 billion, and a workforce of 31,250 employees, of which 25,550 were sworn law enforcement officers, making OFO the largest law enforcement agency in the country. He retired from federal service in August 2020, with over 30 years of dedicated service in CBP and U.S. Customs.