FCBF // OFF THE RECORD with Jen Diaz
We’re at it again! Join us on Friday, March 19, from 5-6pm, as we chat with trade attorney Jen Diaz (Diaz Trade Law) about your burning issues!
Ever wanted to ask an attorney a question anonymously? Ever wanted to run a scenario by an attorney BEFORE dealing with Customs (or any federal government agency)? If so – this is for you!
– WHAT: FCBF//Off the Record with Jen Diaz (Board-Certified Customs & Trade Attorney)
– FOR WHOM: Customs brokers and freight forwarders with ANY questions on customs/trade related topics
– WHEN: Friday, March 19, 2021, 5-6pm (enjoy the session with your favorite beverage)
– SUBMIT A QUESTION: FCBF Members can email questions to Megan Conyers (email@example.com) – who will then remove any identifying information from the question, and share it with Jen. On our live call, Jen will answer some of your questions and provide her “off the record” advice.
DISCLAIMER: By hosting this event, FCBF is not endorsing the services of one trade attorney over another. Please note, the hiring of a lawyer is an important decision. Before you decide, review the attorney’s qualifications and experience. This live webinar does not constitute the formation of an attorney-client relationship. All cases are different. Your case may differ from the specific cases discussed. Each case must be evaluated and handled on its own merit.
Jennifer Diaz is a Board Certified International Attorney, professor and professional speaker, considered an expert in international law by the Florida Bar. Ms. Diaz is an expert in working with the many Federal agencies that regulate trade, including the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB). She handles issues relating to “pre-compliance” including ensuring compliance with federal government agencies prior to importation or exportation. She assists clients with intellectual property right (IPR) protection, including recordation with CBP of trademarks and copyrights registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).