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11 10, 2020

To File or Not to File Protests?

2020-10-12T12:36:29-05:00October 11, 2020|Article Library, News & Publications, Section 301|

By: Adrienne Braumiller & Vicki Wu, Braumiller Law Group
George Tuttle III, Law Offices of George R. Tuttle

On September 10, 2020, HMTX Industries and related companies, Halstead and Metroflor, filed a lawsuit in the Court of International Trade (“CIT”) alleging that the U.S. Trade Representative (“USTR”) exceeded its authority when it issued tariffs under Section 301

5 08, 2020

New Section 232 CIT Decision Paves Way for Import Litigation

2020-09-11T14:57:30-05:00August 5, 2020|Article Library, News & Publications|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Partner & Founder, Braumiller Law Group

On July 14, 2020, the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) ruled that the doubling of Section 232 duties on imports of Turkish steel after the initial imposition of the original national security duties at 25% is a violation of the Fifth Amendment guarantee of equal protection and due

15 06, 2020

USMCA –Key Changes to NAFTA and Preparing for Implementation

2020-06-15T22:40:16-05:00June 15, 2020|USMCA|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Founding Partner and Devin Sefton, Senior Associate Attorney, Braumiller Law Group

The United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (“USMCA”) is currently slated to take effect beginning on July 1, 2020.  A review of the text of the USMCA reveals that USMCA retains many elements of the North American Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”), while displacing others with new or enhanced

10 02, 2020

Executive Order Places Reporting Burden on Express Couriers and Customs Brokers to Report Importers

2020-02-27T17:04:26-06:00February 10, 2020|Uncategorized|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Founder & Partner, Braumiller Law Group

On Friday, January 31, 2020, President Trump issued an executive order reiterating the policy of the United States regarding persons who facilitate imports of merchandise in direct violation of Federal laws and calling for the Secretary of Homeland Security to issue a notice of proposed rule-making to establish criteria

7 02, 2020

Emerging Technologies Rule-making is Upon Us!

2020-02-20T16:16:09-06:00February 7, 2020|Article Library|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Founder & Partner, Vicky Wu, Senior Associate Attorney and Megan Mohler, Associate Attorney

On January 6, 2020, BIS published an interim final rule adding “software specially designed to automate the analysis of geospatial imagery” to the EAR and requiring a license to export and reexport such items to all countries, with the exception

4 06, 2019

USMCA Update – Just when we thought we had a deal…

2019-06-04T18:11:08-05:00June 4, 2019|News & Publications, USMCA|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Partner & Founder, Braumiller Law Group

Many are wondering whether the updated NAFTA is going to make it. By make it, of course, we mean ratification of the agreement so that it may replace NAFTA. More and more, it seems that the “United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement” is a misnomer because the only agreement we are seeing is

9 04, 2019

CIT‘s First Jury Trial in 20 Years

2019-04-09T20:14:28-05:00April 9, 2019|International Trade, News & Publications|

By: Adrienne Braumiller, Partner & Founder, Braumiller Law Group

The Court of International Trade (CIT) is slated for its first jury trial in 20 years. The case? U.S. v. Univar USA Inc. What’s so special about it?

On March 26, 2019, Judge Barnett of the Court of International Trade ruled that a jury can, indeed, rule

11 02, 2019

Current Status of the Chinese Trade War and the Section 301 Approval Process

2019-04-09T15:37:06-05:00February 11, 2019|Article Library, News & Publications|

One of the more interesting events in the trade arena with China recently occurred with the arrest and subsequent indictment of

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