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H-1B Alternative Series: Flexibility in Foreign Trade and Treaty Visas

Our series exploring alternatives to the H-1B continues with foreign trade and treaty visas. Was your petition one of the estimated 148,000 not selected in this year’s H-1B lottery? Is your client from one of the 79...more

Renewal of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) – How U.S. Importers Can Take Advantage of Significant Duty Savings Under...

The Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), a unilateral U.S. preferential trade program recently renewed by Congress, offers substantial duty savings for U.S. importers of qualifying merchandise. The GSP is intended to aid...more

Customs Is Again Getting Overly Creative

In late October 2014, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a guidance message in which it laid down new rules regarding post-importation/post-entry claims for duty preference and duty reduction programs – see CSMS re...more

Free Trade Agreement Visa Options

The United States has free trade agreements with a number of countries around the world. Many of these agreements create programs to create additional immigration options for foreign nationals from those countries. For...more

Doing Business in Canada: International Trade

INTERNATIONAL TRADE - USING THE CANADIAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT IN YOUR BUSINESS - Canada is a center of global trade. In addition to the well-known North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada has entered...more

The Pivot To Asia And The Inevitable Failure Of The Trans-Pacific Partnershps

TPP negotiators have been through more than twenty negotiating rounds since 2010, meeting in ten different countries. We could spend a lot of time on the details. Businesses have lobbied their particular interests, trying to...more

The World Is Your Oyster!

Trade issues have not been front and center for the last several years. However, today I saw a bright light. I have been watching trade matters in Washington since the late 1980s. In some ways not that much has changed....more

Washington Energy Update - November 2013

In This Issue: - Trans-Pacific and Trans-Atlantic Treaties: Opportunities and Challenges for LNG Exports - Suit Against Chinese Solar Firms Seeks Nearly US$1 Billion in Damages - Major Energy Bills Get Started in...more

White Paper Asserts That Existing Trade Agreements Provide No Data Exclusivity for Biologics

In a white paper released earlier this month, Professor Brook Baker of the Northeastern University School of Law argues that current trade agreements do not provide data exclusivity for biologics, and therefore, that the...more

Could A US-EU Free Trade Deal Harm The WTO? [Video]

March 13 (Bloomberg Law) -- In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama announced plans to negotiate and execute a free trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. Jim Bacchus, partner at...more

CETA and USETA: Pieces of an Atlantic Jigsaw Puzzle

It is likely seen as early days given the very recent announcement of the intention of the EU and USA to conduct “free trade” or “economic and trade” agreement negotiations, but with the near advent of CETA, recent...more

International Investment Treaties as a Possible Shield Against Government Cutbacks in Subsidies for the Green Energy Sector

A number of governments around the world have recently curtailed their incentive schemes for green energy producers. These measures have often led to disruption of the basic economic assumptions of many ongoing or newly...more

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