Greenberg Traurig Shareholders Laura Siegel Rabinowitz and Donald Stein, who have been closely following The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, presented a program highlighting what importers should know now that it’s in effect. Below are a few of the topics that were covered:
• How can companies importing into the U.S. best protect themselves from possible detention or seizure of imported merchandise?
• U.S. Customs and Border Protection strategy to enforce the UFLPA
• Importer best practices regarding purchase agreements, supplier codes of conduct, and other vendor negotiations
• Supply chain due diligence including traceability documents
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