The UFLPA: Developments and Compliance for Auto OEMs and Suppliers


Sponsored Content’s latest audio interview features Leslie Alan Glick.  Mr. Glick is co-chair of the Butzel Long International Trade and Customs Specialty team, based in their Washington DC Office.  Les is also co-chair of the American Bar Association, International Law section, International Trade and Customs committee that has over 400 members. He is the author of 5 books, including on NAFTA and USMCA, and has given a series of seminars on the same topic. He is active in importer response to new tariffs under sections 232 and 301 (having filed over 50 exclusion requests for clients) as well as complex customs country of origin rulings and handled many antidumping and countervailing duty cases on behalf of auto parts producers. He works with US importers and exporters from the top 10 automotive producing countries, including China, Canada, Mexico, Turkey, as well as US importers and industrial users.

In the 16-minute audio interview, Mr. Glick discusses these questions:

  • Les, we Interviewed you on the UFLPA last year. Before you discuss new developments, for those who didn’t listen to that first Interview, could you give us a short summary of this law?
  • What are the dramatic new developments that the automotive industry should be concerned about? And, what are some of the products most at risk?
  • How can those in U.S. auto industry defend themselves against this huge burden?

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