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11 10, 2020

Recent Changes to Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis System

2020-10-11T14:55:30-05:00October 11, 2020|Article Library, Import, News & Publications|

By: Paul Fudacz, Partner, Braumiller Law Group

On September 11, 2020, the U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration published a final rule modifying its regulations pertaining to the Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) System. These changes include requiring steel import license applicants to identify the country where the steel used in the manufacture of the

15 06, 2020

Recent CBP Entry Summary Guidance for Pipe Spools from Multiple Countries of Origin – Shapes of Things to Come?

2020-06-15T22:12:31-05:00June 15, 2020|News & Publications|

By: Paul Fudacz, Partner, Braumiller Law Group

On March 24, 2020, U.S. Customs and Border Protection published Cargo Systems Messaging Service # 42133823 “Entry Summary Guidance for Pipe Spools from Multiple Countries of Origin” (the Message).  The Message provided:

Pipe spools are prefabricated components of a piping system consisting of various types of pipes, flanges, elbows, and fittings, and

7 02, 2020

Department of Homeland Security Announces Actions to Combat E-Commerce Counterfeiting

2020-02-25T00:09:20-06:00February 7, 2020|Compliance|

By: Paul Fudacz, Partner, Braumiller Law Group

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data shows that between the years 2000 and 2018, seizures of counterfeit goods at U.S. borders have increased 10-fold, from 3,244 seizures per year to 33,810.  In response to this surge, in April of last year, the Trump Administration published its Memorandum on Combating Trafficking

9 04, 2019

Section 301 Considerations When Importing from a NAFTA Country

2019-04-09T20:04:15-05:00April 9, 2019|News & Publications, Section 301|

By: Paul Fudacz, Senior Associate Attorney


With the advent of the Section 301 tariffs, an issue that has been raised frequently is how to accurately determine the country of origin for Section 301 tariff purposes for goods imported from a NAFTA country.  The NAFTA sets forth rules for determining the “country of origin” of products traded within the

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