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Daniel Mark Ogden, J.D., is the Director of Export Compliance and the University Export Control Officer at Baylor University. In addition, he also maintains an international trade consulting practice through his firm, International Trade & Customs Advisory Services. He is an attorney at law, licensed customs broker, and international trade consultant who for more than 25 years has counseled and represented companies on various aspects of international trade and business. With his advanced degrees and proficiency in both law and international business management, he possesses the ability and experience to understand the challenges involved in international trade from a legal, managerial and business perspective. His international trade consulting services focus on international trade compliance and export/import strategic planning. As a recognized authority on international trade issues, he is frequent consultant on international trade matters and provides training to companies on trade compliance management.     

He is a former Chair of the National District Export Council, having served as Chair in 2012 and 2013 and also as Chair of the National DEC Trade Policy Committee from 2009 to 2015. An active participant in the North Texas District Export Council beginning in 2005, he was appointed to the North Texas DEC in 2008 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, having previously served as Vice Chair, and currently serves as the Chair of the Compliance & Security and Export University Committees.                

He frequently appears before governmental panels on trade policy issues, including testifying in 2013 before the U.S. House Small Business Trade Subcommittee where he discussed a Small Business Trade Agenda for the 113th Congress, and participating on a European Union Parliament panel in 2014 regarding the perspectives of U.S. exporters as relates to the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

He regularly serves as an organizer, moderator and presenter at international trade and compliance events and conferences, including  moderating and presenting at a panel on International Trade in Technology at the Baylor University 2017 Global Business Forum, conducting training courses for Marcus Evans on International Trade Compliance Across Business Units; discussing Managing Global Credit Risks at the 2016 NACM All-South Conference; presenting Business Strategies for Risk Mitigation and Protection of Intellectual Property in Foreign Markets at the 2014 Discover Global Markets: Europe event; discussing Understanding and Combating Common Non-Tariff Trade Barriers in the European Union and Beyond at the North Texas DEC 2015 International Executive Forum on Foreign Trade Barriers; presenting Export Compliance & Foreign Distribution at the 2015 NACM 119TH Credit Congress and Export Compliance & Foreign Distribution at the ICPA Fall 2013 Conference; organizing the North Texas DEC BIS Export Compliance 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015 Conferences; moderating a panel on Global Trade Compliance Management Design and Structure: An External Viewpoint at the North Texas DEC 2009 Non–U.S. Trade Controls conference; presenting Export Compliance & Foreign Distribution Intermediaries at the North Texas DEC 2007 Exporters & Third Parties conference; discussing U.S. Regulation of International Trade at the Baylor University 2007 Global Business Forum, and presenting Foreign Regulatory Compliance for the International Trade Center Export Certificate Program. He also regularly speaks to a variety of organizations on such topics as International Sales Contracts; Foreign Agency and Distributorship Law; Export Trade Practices; Legal Aspects of Importing; International Purchasing Law; and Foundations of Successful Exporting & Importing.

He currently is an Adjunct Instructor of International Business at the Baylor University Hankamer School of Business where he teaches a course on Global Trade Compliance. He has also taught Transnational Law and Business Transactions for the Oklahoma City University Chinese MBA program at the Tianjin University of Finance and Economics in Tianjin, China; Introduction to International Business and Trade, International Marketing Management, and International Business Law for the Richland College International Business & Trade program; and Export/Import Transaction Practices at Brookhaven College. He has further been a guest lecturer in International Business Transactions at Texas Tech University School of Law and in Export Market Development at the University of Texas at Dallas School of Management,

He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1987 from Texas Tech University School of Law and a Masters degree in International Management in 1984 from the University of Texas at Dallas Graduate School of Management. In addition to being a member of the State Bar of Texas, he is admitted to practice and has represented clients before the U.S. Court of International Trade (Bell vs. United States, 17 C.I.T. 1220, 839 F. Supp. 874, 1993). He also holds a customs broker license from the United States Customs Service (License No. 12477), which he received in 1991.

                     

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