Jeremy Page is a founding partner of the Chicago-based international trade law firm, Page•Fura, P.C. With more than 30 years of experience in import, export, taxation and general accounting, he provides counseling, strategic planning and advocacy to companies of all sizes engaged in global business. Companies turn to Jeremy for representation on a wide range of issues, including the development or enhancement of import/export compliance programs, the evaluation of corporate transfer pricing and valuation schemes, the development of first sale programs, the classification and tariff engineering of products to minimize cost/risk while ensuring reporting compliance, the application and impact of trade remedies such as Sections 232/301 and anti-dumping/countervailing duties, the role export controls and sanctions/embargo programs play in companies' global sourcing and sales flows, and the engagement in corrective or remedial action through the submission of prior disclosures or representation in enforcement actions/investigations. Jeremy is a frequent speaker at both trade association and other venues, and has performed extensive public and private sector training in such areas as import controls and compliance, export management, NAFTA and foreign-trade zones. In addition to his legal background, he is also a licensed customs broker and an accredited zones specialist.