October 2016 Newsletter
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Customs Law: Zombie Protests & GSP
Usually, Customs will either approve or deny a protest. When it denies a protest, the protestant can bring an action to the Court of International Trade under 28 USC 1581(a). Absent a denied protest, the Court of Intl Trade will not be able to hear the case pursuant to 1581(a).
IncotermsÂ®: A Strategic Approach
Time and again, we come across clients that tend to ask (or not ask) the right questions when it comes to risk and loss or damage of goods. More often than not, the shipment gets to where it should go without any problems, which sometimes leads to neglecting some details on the next shipment.
CBP Publishes IFR Announcing Interim Regulations for FIFRA
On Friday, September 30, 2016, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published an Interim Final Rule (IFR) announcing interim regulations pertaining to the importation of pesticides and pesticidal devices into the United States.
Export Compliance Spelled Out
Are you new to government export regulations? It can be quite challenging to get your hands around export compliance and export controls. This is especially true if export compliance just one of your responsibilities.
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