Monthly Archives: May 2011
Last week, the Court of International Trade (“CIT”) issued a decision that may now require our tool kits to be a few nails short of a hardware store. However the saying may go, here’s what happened!
Last year, there was concern that Customs could issue a Request for Information (Form 28) or a Notice of Action (Form 29) and rely on the document as a “commencement document.” Meaning, importers would be precluded from making a prior … Continue reading
After attending the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association annual conference and the CBP Symposium, I was struck by Commissioner Bersin’s comments. It appears that CBP is making a concerted effort to be more responsive to trade issues. CBP seems … Continue reading
With the rising popularity of dietary supplements–specifically fish oil supplements–we have witnessed increasing scrutiny from governmental agencies, which are challenging the health claims, the legality of claims made on dietary supplement labels and whether any one agency can or should … Continue reading