What You Need to Know

An informative webinar presented by
Adrienne Braumiller, Founder, Braumiller Law Group,
George Tuttle III from Tuttle Law,
and Brenda Cordova, BLG Mexico Attorney

Tuesday, May 19th, 10:30 AM- Noon CDT
(90 minutes)


U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer notified Congress April 24 that the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement will enter into force on July 1, 2020. Following that notification to Congress, the U.S. certified to Mexico and Canada that it's ready for the NAFTA replacement to take effect.

“The crisis and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates that now, more than ever, the United States should strive to increase manufacturing capacity and investment in North America. The USMCA’s entry into force is a landmark achievement in that effort," Lighthizer said.

Time to dig into the details and planning stages
This webinar will cover:

  • USMCA, and how the pandemic has changed the landscape for inclusion, and point of origin
  • Government assistance to continue doing business while trade ramps up after the pandemic
  • Leverage duty free trade with Canada and Mexico to improve your competitiveness 
  • Customs processing and tariff issues in the new agreement
  • USMCA/T-MEC From a Mexico Perspective


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This webinar is approved for
1.5 CCS/CES/MES credit.  

Your presenters are:

Adrienne Braumiller,
Founder & Partner, Braumiller Law group,
George Tuttle III, Tuttle Law, and
BLG Mexico Attorney, Brenda Cordova

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.

She has been involved in every aspect of import and export compliance, from developing compliance programs to conducting audits and assessments, representing clients who are under investigation, preparing and submitting voluntary disclosures, preparing and filing classification requests and licenses, analyzing whether specific transactions should be pursued, providing tailored training on specific import/export topics, addressing penalty assessments, and serving as an expert witness in a number of trade cases.

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George Tuttle, III, has over 35 years of experience advising clients and litigating matters relating to classification, valuation, country-of-origin, special duty exemptions, NAFTA, drawback, regulatory audits and compliance assessments, penalties, and broker compliance. He also has extensive experience advising clients on export control and licensing matters and is the author of Distribution Licenses: The License Holder as Policeman and Other Related Issues, Law and Policy of Export Controls, published by the American Bar Association, Section of International Law. George Tuttle has been a frequent speaker on various Customs matters before trade groups and Customs brokers.

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Brenda Cordova heads the Braumiller Law Group legal practice in Mexico. She has been involved in Mexican Customs and trade matters since 1994.

Brenda has represented a wide range of multi-national and small companies, advising them on business matters in Mexico. She has helped these clients with their Customs and international trade law issues, and she is widely recognized as an expert in the following areas: classification ruling requests, labeling requirements, import/export procedures, certified companies and NEEC, free-trade agreements including NAFTA, certificates of origin, IMMEX, foreign investment, and incorporation procedures.

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