Akshat Divatia
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Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) arrested and charged Pradyumna Kumar Samal, CEO of two Washington State information technology companies, Divensi, Inc. and Azimetry, Inc., with visa-fraud. The DOJ alleges Mr. Samal initiated and oversaw a multi-year scheme involving the submission of forged documents to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”). The … read more

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  Harris Bricken attorneys spoke to reporters about a wide range of topics in August, on issues ranging from CBD to hair products to cannabis packaging to taxes to Chinese arbitration to the US-China trade war. Akshat Divatia spoke to Matt Lamers of Marijuana Business Daily about concerns Canadian citizens in the cannabis industry there … read more

Dan Harris
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Mainland Chinese courts do not enforce U.S. judgments. Therefore, it will probably be a waste of time for you to bring a lawsuit in a U.S. court against a Chinese company that does not have assets in either the United States or in a country that enforces U.S. judgments. However, it is important that you research where the “Chinese” company is actually … read more