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

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What to do When U.S. Customs is Coming After You

Years ago, in Importing Goods From China: The Risks Are Rising, I wrote about how companies can recognize impending antidumping (AD) or countervailing duty (CVD) petitions. In this post I address what you as an importer, exporter or foreign producer should do if you see an AD/CVD storm looming. The first thing you should do is determine whether

“The New Era of Doing Business in the United States”

Barcelona on November 6 and Madrid on November 7 The United States is Spain’s number one trade partner outside the European Union and the depth and breadth of this trade relationship continues to grow. On November 6th and 7th, Harris Bricken will collaborate with our affiliated Spain firm, Monereo Meyer Abogados, and with the Barcelona

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The US Chamber Of Commerce/American Chamber of Commerce in China Trade Report

The United States Chamber of Commerce and the American Chamber of Commerce in China last week issued a 143 page report setting forth their recommendations for US-China trade negotiations. Though both of these organizations have a long-standing history of calling for engagement with China so as to further US business interests, this report recommends anything