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Breaking News | Declaratory Statement Obtained

Breaking News | Harris Bricken attorneys Robert Kossick and Frederic Rocafort successfully obtained a declaratory statement for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) on behalf of one of the firm’s clients, clarifying a statutory ambiguity regarding tobacco licensing requirements. As a result, our client now has the legal certainty that their planned

February 28, 2023 Webinar: Doing Business in Sub-Saharan Africa

Harris Bricken attorney Ngosong Fonkem will be presenting “Doing Business in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Overview of Legal Considerations” in an upcoming webinar on February 28th, 2023, hosted by the International Trade Club of Chicago (ITCC). “The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the resulting disruptions of international supply chains, energy supplies and businesses have led to

Human Rights is Your Business

Human Rights is YOUR Business

1. Human Rights is Your Business In an interview last week on CNBC, billionaire investor Ray Dalio was asked how he reconciles China’s human rights record, including the recent disappearances of high-profile citizens such as Alibaba founder Jack Ma and former Grand Slam tennis champion Peng Shuai, with investing in the country. Dalio replied, “I can’t

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What Are NFTs and How Can I get Involved?

NFTs (non fungible tokens) are the newest buzzword. They’re everywhere, and everyone who is someone is getting involved. Snoop Dogg, Paris Hilton, Tom Brady. The most important questions about them: what are they and how can I make money off of them? The answer is simpler than you think. NFT stands for non-fungible tokens, which

Harris Bricken Attorneys Secure Lifting of Forced Labor Order

Harris Bricken Attorneys Secure Lifting of Forced Labor Order

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently revoked a withhold release order (WRO) issued against one of our clients. The WRO was imposed by CBP after it received an allegation falsely claiming our client was using forced labor. Our attorneys Rodrigo Guedes Nunes (who leads our Brazil office) and Fred Rocafort were able to convincingly