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The attorneys and professionals of Braumiller Law Group,PLLC consistently receive outstanding reviews for their informative presentations.  They are well known for using a clear, compelling style to educate, update and inform a wide range of audiences about issues affecting the global trade community.

Below please find a comprehensive list of the Braumiller Law Group,PLLC events currently scheduled, including in-person training, online courses, speaking engagements and more.

Aug
22
Wed
Southern Border Conference: Navigating the High Seas of ACE
Aug 22 – Aug 25 all-day

Southern Border Conference

Hilton Garden Inn*
South Padre
August 22nd-25th, 2018
www.sbconference.net

*Property Location
Located in South Padre Island, Hilton Garden Inn South Padre Island is by the ocean and minutes from Sea Turtle Rescue Center and Sea Turtle Inc. This beach hotel is within close proximity of Andy Bowie Park and Laguna Madre Nature Trail.

To book a room @ the $110/night conference rate: hiltongardeninn.hilton.com/en/gi/groups/personalized/B/BROSPGI-SBC-20180821/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Braumiller Law Group and DeLeon Trade will be co-sponsoring

BLG Founder & Partner
Adrienne Braumiller to speak

Topic:
Adrienne Braumiller, will be speaking on Thursday, August 23rd, in session #5, from 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM, on the Topic of Section 232 & 301
Adrienne’s bio: www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/adrienne-braumiller/

Register here:
Southern Border Conference, August 22nd – 25th, 2018
South Padre, TX

Link to registration:
www.sbconference.net/index.php/registration/conference

Join us for karaoke night #1 !!!!

Thursday night, August 23rd, after dinner, head to the hotel bar at The Hilton Garden Inn* for Karaoke Night, from 9PM – Midnight. It will be EPIC! We know that a lot of you love to have a few** drinks (OPEN BAR!!!) and sing. We encourage it!!

For grins, and just to keep things at least mildly competitive, we will throw in some AMEX gift cards for the best singers!!! That’s right…$100 for 1st Place, $50 for 2nd Place, and $25 for 3rd Place.

Brought to you by Braumiller Law Group & DeLeon Trade.

See you there!!!!

* Official hotel for the Southern Border Conference
** Between 10-12

Sep
16
Sun
46TH NAFTZ Annual Conference and Exposition
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day


46TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION

September 16th – 19th, 2018
Westin Peachtree Plaza – Atlanta, GA
https://www.naftz.org/event/2018-annual-conference-exposition/?

Join the conversation September 16-19, 2018 in Atlanta, GA, with industry professionals and partners who will challenge you to take trade to new heights at the Annual Conference & Exposition. Attend this 4-day event and gain a lifetime of resources, relationships, and regulation updates that you can enhance and build upon.

Speakers, Adrienne Braumiller, Partner & Founder of Braumiller Law Group & Lewis Leibowitz from The Law Office of Lewis E. Leibowitz

Moderator will be Rebecca Williams of the Rockefeller Group

Adrienne Braumiller is the founder of Braumiller Law Group PLLC and an innovative force in the international trade law arena. With more than 25 years of experience, she is widely recognized as a leading authority in Customs, import, export, foreign-trade zones, free trade agreements and ITAR compliance. Both Adrienne and her firm have received numerous awards in recognition of her/ the firm’s leadership and its dedication to excellence. Most recently Adrienne was named by Enterprising Women magazine as one of the 2017 Enterprising Women of the Year – an annual tribute to the world’s top women entrepreneurs. Her firm was also named by Lexology as the exclusive winner the Client Choice Awards 2017 for International Trade Law – Texas, and Global Law Experts for the same award. Similarly, Adrienne has been recognized in both the Chambers and Partners Global and USA Guides as a Leader in International Trade and Customs for the past 4 years.

Adrienne’s bio: https://www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/adrienne-braumiller/

Registration. Early bird rate ends August 20th!

2018 Annual Conference and Exposition

*NAFTZ Membership must be confirmed by NAFTZ to be eligible for discounts. If the current NAFTZ member is not attending the event, a substitute from the same company may be provided.

Those attending the LIVE event can collect up to 19 CCS/CES and 20 CPE credits.

Book Discount NAFTZ hotel $199/night+ tax @ Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta (210 Peachtree Street NW Atlanta, Georgia 30303) for single/double occupancy, based on availability.
Book your room Online or call 800.937.8461 and reference “NAFTZ Annual Conference.”
https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/events/start.action?id=1612300417&key=2F3BED54

Main Event Reception will be at the Georgia Aquarium, September 18th from 5 PM – 9PM

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Educational Credit Information

A total of 20 CPE credits in the Specialized Knowledge and Applications field of study will be offered by attending this seminar.

For more information, click the link below:
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Sep
18
Tue
12th Annual CompTIA Global Trade Compliance Best Practices Conference
Sep 18 all-day

12th Annual CompTIA Global Trade Compliance Best Practices Conference

September 18th, 2018, 8 AM – 5 PM
Qualcomm
10155 Pacific Heights Boulevard
San Diego, California 92121

Registration is open for CompTIA’s 12th Annual Global Trade Compliance Best Practices Conference! This industry only event is rated best in class by past attendees. Participants have open discussion of issues and challenges and share best practices in trade compliance.

Panel Topics:

Pro-active Trade Policy Management in the Post-Globalization Era
How can you stay abreast of trade policy changes and manage risk?
The US administration is disrupting long held practices regarding free trade. In this dynamic environment, trade professionals must assess the risks and opportunities policy changes present for their companies. Doing so can be difficult given the high stakes and the complexity of the rules.

An Era of Trade Enforcement
Remaining compliant as the United States’ trade policy continues to push boundaries.
With such a varied and ever-changing landscape as discussed in our first panel, how can you be sure you’re keeping your company compliant? Rest-assured, our esteemed panelists have come together to help you navigate through the tangle of new trade policy initiatives to ensure you don’t end up tomorrow’s headline.

Europe – From Brexit to GDPR – Understanding the Implications to Trade Compliance Ensuring Trade Compliance stays current with European regulations.
Compliance to regulations doesn’t end at the U.S. border, nor are we limited to complying with just direct trade regulations. We’ll discuss the latest developments in the EU as they apply to trade professionals.

Session Topics:

Deemed Export Drama:The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Are you facing challenges of licensing delays, restrictions and denials more so than before? Have you found yourself in situations where you have too many licenses to manage, you lose track, or let some “slip through the cracks”? Have you ever considered applying for a site license to ease the number of licenses you need to apply for every year? With the new administration and political environment, there are more and more challenges pertaining to deemed export licenses and technology controls. Please join our round table discussion to share your deemed export “drama” and benchmark best practices with your peers from other companies and industry associations.
-Is the ITAR still a 4 letter word?

Working toward a kinder, gentler ITAR
The USML saw, and continues to see, a massive shakeup due to Export Control Reform, and proposed changes to defense services, cloud computing, and various exemptions may alter how US companies work with the ITAR. But have these changes made the ITAR any less of a dark and scary place? What changes could still be made to the ITAR that would achieve the government’s goals and make it easier to comply with? Come discuss these ideas with your peers at our roundtable

You’re Doing What???!
How and why you should stay on top of what’s being developed in your company.
Two minutes before shutting down for the night, an urgent email pops into your inbox. A business unit you’ve never heard of needs to immediately ship a prototype of their latest product you’ve never heard of to a customer in a controlled country. The shipping department told them to call you to get an ECCN and HTS, which the business unit has never heard of. They describe their product that they’ve been working on for over a year, and your only response is, “You’re doing WHAT???!” —- but then you wake up and it was all just a nightmare… or was it? Join this round table and share great ideas for how you stay on top of the business, inject trade compliance into your company’s culture, and communicate trade news that is relevant to the company. Or, if you think this nightmare has good chance of actually happening to you, come join this discussion and get pointers for how to lessen those chances… and start sleeping better.

Metrics and Risks
The ability to identify and measure trade related risks enables companies to make better business decisions, stay compliant and avoid trade controversy. But how do you know if you are measuring what really matters? Join this round table to share ideas for how to effectively measure compliance, systems/tools your company uses to measure risk, and how to leverage trade data provided by government authorities. We’ll also discuss tax/customs authorities’ digitization initiatives, and whether or not these initiatives change the way you monitor and measure risk.

Braumiller Law Group, Of Counsel, Bruce Leeds will join panel 2 on the topic of:
“A Era of Trade Enforcement”

Bruce has decades of experience in international trade law and has successfully served his clients in diverse capacities, from classification and due diligence to ITAR compliance and drawback. He has significant expertise with importing and exporting technology.
Bruce started his career as an Import Specialist and Team Leader with US Customs Service in Los Angeles. He then went to private industry, serving as Import Manager and Manager of Export/Import Operations at Hughes Aircraft. He later served in export and import compliance positions at Hughes Space & Communications Company and The Boeing Company.

Full bio: https://www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/bruce-h-leeds/

Contact: bruce@braumillerlaw.com

Registration
Cost: $295 CompTIA and Partner members, $395 non-members
https://www.comptia.org/events/registration?eventid=PPTRADE18

Sep
20
Thu
In-House Counsel CLE Seminar 2018
Sep 20 all-day
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

8:30 AM – 4:15 PM

Join ALM and the Texas Lawyer for the 2018 In-House Counsel CLE Seminar. This complimentary CLE-eligible program is designed to provide in-house counsel with the latest developments & practical advice on legal topics in a wide variety of practice areas. Breakfast & lunch will be served.

Tower at CITYPLACE
2711 North Haskell Avenue, Suite 250
Dallas, TX 75204
https://www.cityplace.org/

Registration is FREE: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=338722

Braumiller Law Group Founder & Partner Adrienne Braumiller to speak from 1 PM – 2PM on the topic of: Trump & Trade. What next? How to protect your supply chain.

Attorney Adrienne Braumiller
Without fail, international news has daily stories about actions taken by the Trump administration affecting international trade. There are now special duties on aluminum and steel, new tariffs on billions of dollars of imported Chinese products, tariffs affecting the EU countries, Mexico, Canada, and subsequent retaliation on U.S. imports by our top trading partners. Let’s not forget, the ongoing renegotiation of NAFTA, withdrawal from the Iran sanctions program, and proposed new export controls on technology.

Adrienne’s bio: https://www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/adrienne-braumiller/

In-House Counsel CLE Seminar 2018
Sep 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:15 pm

Join ALM and the Texas Lawyer for the 2018 In-House Counsel CLE Seminar. This complimentary CLE-eligible program is designed to provide in-house counsel with the latest developments & practical advice on legal topics in a wide variety of practice areas. Breakfast & lunch will be served.

SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
8:30 AM – 4:15 PM

Tower at CITYPLACE
2711 North Haskell Avenue, Suite 250
Dallas, TX 75204

Braumiller Law Group Founder & Partner Adrienne Braumiller to speak from 1 PM – 2PM on The Evolving Landscape of Trade Policy: Tips for Coping with the Changes:

Attorney Adrienne Braumiller

Adrienne’s bio

Registration: (free)
https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=338722

Oct
16
Tue
The 9th Annual “Partnering For Compliance™” West Export/Import Control Program
Oct 16 – Oct 18 all-day

The 9th Annual “Partnering For Compliance™” West Export/Import Control Program
October 16, 17 & 18, 2018
Dallas-Fort Worth Marriott South Airport Hotel

The collegial & interactive will focus on a broad spectrum of export/import regulatory & compliance matters of current relevance. Senior level government speakers will provide solid & recent updates on U.S. initiatives & policies regarding export control licensing/enforcement. An extensive Q & A will follow the session.

With the participation of the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security, Treasury, OFAC, Census Bureau, NIST, UK/EU Export Control, Imports & U.S. Trade.

Adrienne Braumiller, Founder & Partner of Braumiller Law Group , and Bruce Leeds, Senior Of Counsel to Braumiller Law Group, will be speaking on the topic of: “An overview on the Impact of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act,” Wednesday, October 17th from 4PM-5PM. They will also be conducting the Customs/Import Boot Camp on October 19th.

Adrienne Braumiller’s bio:

Adrienne Braumiller

 

 

 

Bruce Leed’s bio:

Bruce H. Leeds

 

 

 

 

Full program agenda

Hotel information:
Dallas-Fort Worth Marriott South Airport Hotel
(completely renovated)
4151 Centreport Blvd.Fort Worth, TX 76155
Phone: (817) 358-1700
Web

Book your group rate for Partnering For Compliance 2018 (special rate ends COB, October 5th)

Registration:
Conference Fees:
Export 3-day program: $650; Customs/Import 1-day program: $250. Both programs: $900.
Granting: 4.5 IIEI CEUs. A limit of 200 spaces are available.
Online registrations with credit/debit card payments are available only at the website

An official Certificate of Completion outlining our 4.5 IIEI CEUs and 20 CES NCBFAA Credits for 3-day Exports program, and 6.5 CCS NCBFAA Credits for 1-day Customs/Import Boot Camp program will be presented to all participants.

Ailish M. NicPhaidin, MPRII
President & CEO
Partnerships International, Inc.
211 Cocoa Street, S.E., Palm Bay, FL 32909-4314, USA
Tel: + 321-952-2978; Fax: + 321-953-0234
Ailish@PartneringForCompliance.org
www.PartneringForCompliance.org

Oct
21
Sun
ICPA Fall Conference 2018
Oct 21 – Oct 23 all-day

ICPA Fall Conference 2018

Embassy Suites DFW Airport North

October 21st – 23rd

What to Expect

► Three Tracks – Import, Export, General
► International Trade Compliance Hot Topics
► Speakers: Experienced, Knowledgeable Professionals

Who Should Attend

►Trade Compliance Professionals
► International Trade Counsel
► Compliance Specialists & Analysts
► Managers and Directors Responsible For ▪ Import/Export Compliance or Operations ▪ Supply Chain Compliance or Security ▪ Internal Controls ▪ Government Relations

Registration: https://www.cvent.com/events/2018-icpa-fall-conference/registration-83d1f5b57dea4637a25bfaa1b072799f.aspx?fqp=true
$600 per attendee
Embassy Suites DFW Airport North Guest Rooms $159 per night

Braumiller Law Group Attorney Jennifer Horvath to speak

Jennifer will be speaking on Monday , October 22nd on the topic of: “Building a Solid Export Control Program” from 2:15 – 3:15 P.M.

Jennifer’s bio: www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/jennifer-horvath/

Nov
6
Tue
ABA International Conference on Trade and Investment
Nov 6 – Nov 9 all-day

ABA International Conference on Trade and Investment
This conference will address hot topics and recent developments on International trade and Investments.

Adrienne Braumiller, Founder and Partner of Braumiller Law Group will be a speaker. More information to come.

 

 

 

 

The presentations will be relevant to practitioners who work in a global environment and to those who want to enhance their cross-border exposure, focusing on legal issues related to both cross
-border transactions and international dispute resolution.

In addition, participants will enjoy valuable networking events in unique and memorable venues. Past 3-day conferences hosted in Miami, Tokyo, Montreal, and Buenos Aires have brought together more than 700 attendees from 40+ countries. Attendees come from a range of practice settings including private practice, non-profit/NGO, government, academia, and in- house/corporate counsel. We anticipate this conference will bring together more than 500 attendees from an equally diverse set range of countries and practice settings providing participants with:

• 26 programs led by distinguished legal experts
• Up to 12 CLE Credits
• A Home Hospitality Night opportunity
• 2 offsite receptions in venues chosen to highlight Mexico’s culture and history
• Luncheons with world class keynote speakers
• Special tour opportunities around Mexico City
• A Day of engagement for those arriving a day early to donate their services to a range of volunteer projects
Nov
14
Wed
The Foreign Trade Association Presents: An Export Commodity Classification Number – ECCN
Nov 14 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Foreign Trade Association Presents:
An Export Commodity Classification Number – ECCN

Date: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Time: 11 AM – 12 PM PST
Credits: 1 CES credit per NCBFAA for attending
Cost: $25
Location: Your computer
After registration, details of the webinar will be provided

Export Classification Number – ECCN is important for determining if a product, software, or technology to be exported requires an export license, or qualifies for a license exception. Finding the most accurate ECCN and determining the associated requirements can be a challenge. This webinar will take you through the rules of determining an ECCN classification and interpreting the information that goes with it. The webinar will also go through examples of ECCN classification and using it to determine license or license exception eligibility.

Guest Speaker: Bruce Leeds, Of Counsel, Braumiller Law Group w Group

Before joining Braumiller Law Group, Mr. Leeds was a trade control specialist for Boeing and Senior Import Specialist for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. He holds a customs broker license and certified customs specialist
certification.

Full bio: www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/bruce-h-leeds/

Registration
COST: $25
Registration: https://foreigntradeassociation.com/event-2986125/Registration

Foreign Trade Association
6216 E. Pacific Coast Hwy, #407, Long Beach, CA 90803
P: 888-223-6459 F: 310-220-4474
info@foreigntradeassociation.com

Jan
15
Tue
Investing, Trading, and Doing Deals in a Dynamic World 2019
Jan 15 all-day

Braumiller Law Group Founder & Partner, Adrienne Braumiller will speak on a panel at the upcoming, January 15th, 2019 PLI conference in New York City

Adrienne will join panel 3 on the topic of Treaties, Tariffs, and Trade Wars

The event will be streamed live also via a webcast on the 15th.

Why You Should Attend

The first two years of the Trump Administration have ushered in an environment characterized by paradox. On the one hand the investment climate has rarely looked better: the US is experiencing a remarkably stable bull stock market, the world economy is growing, there are massive reserves of uncommitted international investment capital, reduced tax drag on investment dollars entering the US economy, a less intrusive regulatory environment in the US (with some key exceptions), and an Administration that is hungry to “get wins” by doing deals and creating US jobs. On the other hand, the political and policy environment is permeated by contention, anxiety, and uncertainty: a dynamic President, a simmering trade war, the ascendance of nationalist politics in the US and internationally, rumors of US institutional crisis, strained federal agencies, active reassessment of the cardinal US commitments to cooperative security in the post-World War II era, and a geopolitical environment of active great power competition.

This seminar will consider the impact and future trajectory of this paradox in three related policy contexts directly affecting the international business and deal environment: foreign investment; technology and export controls; and commercial trade, treaties, and tariffs. The seminar will bring together industry, financial, and policy experts; attorneys and professional service providers; US and foreign Government officials; and corporate executives who operate at the intersection of policy, trade, and finance to deliver interdisciplinary insight into the risks and opportunities of a dynamic world.

What You Will Learn

• What macro drivers underlie US Administration priorities in each of the three policy contexts;
• How those policies have evolved in the first half of the Administration;
• How those policies will likely continue to evolve in light of the mid-term elections and geo-political developments;
• The practical impact the policies are generating in the business and financial environment;
• The industries and sectors where Administration policies are having the greatest impact; and
• Practical approaches that companies and investors may take to mitigate risk and maximize opportunity in the current policy environment.

Who Should Attend

Attorneys, business executives and leaders, financial advisors, government leaders, and investors

For more information on the event: https://www.pli.edu/Content/Seminar/Investing_Trading_and_Doing_Deals_in_a_Dynamic/_/N-4kZ1z0zgxc?ID=347567

PLI general information: https://www.pli.edu/content

Adrienne Braumiller
Adrienne Braumiller is the founder of Braumiller Law Group PLLC and an innovative force in the international trade law arena. With more than 25 years of experience, she is widely recognized as a leading authority in Customs, import, export, foreign-trade zones, free trade agreements and ITAR compliance.

Full Bio: https://www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/adrienne-braumiller/