- Webinar Details
With the United States reaching an agreement with Mexico and Canada on the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), OESA and Butzel Long will present four consecutive webinars to share information on USMCA from trade and automotive experts.
Raul Rangel is an attorney based in Butzel Long's Washington office, practicing in the area of business and corporate law. Rangel is the co-chair of the firm’s Mexico Practice Team and member of Butzel’s Global Automotive Practice Group and International Trade and Customs Specialty Team.
Mitch Zajac is an attorney and practices in Butzel Long’s Detroit office concentrating in the areas of automotive, intellectual property, regulatory and emissions compliance. Zajac serves on the firm’s Automotive Industry Team and International Trade and Customs Specialty Team.
Dates and webinar focus will be:
March 3, 2020 - USMCA: Level Set*
This session will focus on the history of NAFTA and the auto industry with an emphasis on how using tariffs as a threat spawned into the new USMCA.
March 18, 2020 - USMCA: Regional Value Content and Core Parts Requirements
This session will provide information regarding Regional Value Content including calculation methods, requirements, enforcement, and the impact on the supply chain.
April 1, 2020 - USMCA: Labor Value Content
This session will focus on Labor Value Content and highlight areas such as calculation methods, types of expenditures, cost expectations, and the impact on various workforce regions.
April 15, 2020 - USMCA: Entry to Force, Transition Times and Steel & Aluminum Content
This session will take a holistic view of the impact of USMCA while highlighting areas such as steel and aluminum requirements, implementing legislative provisions, a timeline for the various phases, and any new developments since the first webinar.
Registration for all four webinars is required and webinar recordings will be shared with all registrants. (*Late registrants will receive a recording of past webinars)
Direct parts suppliers whose business will be impacted by USMCA, supplier trade staff, and executives who need to know the impact this new agreement will have on their business should plan to join these webinars.
OESA Members All Four Webinars and Recordings $400 Non-OESA Members All Four Webinars and Recordings $800
Registrants will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to access the webinar one hour prior to the start of the meeting.
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Note: Refunds cannot be given after Feb. 25, 2020. Substitutions are always welcome.
- Event Agenda
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