Event update! In response to recent developments from Capitol
Hill and the White House that will increase U.S. CBP's Uyghur Forced Labor
Prevention Act (UFLPA) enforcement, this event is now scheduled for April 17,
2024. AIAG members have the benefit of engaging in person or virtually, and
non-members will be able to join virtually only.
Join us to ask questions and hear key
insights on UPLPA federal enforcement and policy by Washington, D.C.-based
international trade law attorney Michael P. House.
As partner and firm-wide co-chair at Perkins Coie,
Michael will provide an experienced legal perspective on the latest
developments in UFLPA enforcement, including case studies, best practices, key
litigation affecting CBP activities, and recent policy developments. He will
also share critical insights to help reduce your risk of receiving a Notice of
Detention, along with lessons learned from companies who have had shipments
stopped by CBP and insights on how to respond.
Since the UFLPA passed with strong bipartisan support
and is not anticipated to change, this critical event will help inform and
better prepare your team for compliance. Register today to learn more!
Note: In person members are also invited to join us for a networking
cocktail reception following Michael's presentation to ask additional questions
and continue the discussion. Not a member yet? Learn
UFLPA Event Flyer
3:00 pm - Registration
3:30-5:00 pm - Presentation, Q&A
5:00-6:00 pm - Networking Cocktail Reception for in