International Trade Laws: Protecting Your Business Interest
As the international business environment becomes more complex, it is increasingly important for companies to be aware of their options for maintaining a strong presence within their industry. Businesses do not always realize that options are available to challenge unfair or corrupt trade practices or to repel such challenges when made by others.
On November 17 during a presentation I gave at one of Frost Brown Todd’s monthly International Update Series luncheons, I have discussed the options and remedies that may be beneficial in protecting a business’ interests, and topics covered included the following:
- Antidumping and Countervailing Duties
- Investigation of Patent and Copyright Infringement
- Rules of Origin Investigation
- Trade Litigation
- Export Controls
- U.S. Customs Filings and Audits
- NAFTA Regulations
- Anti-Boycott Compliance
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Buy-America Act
If you have any questions or would like to discuss these issues any further, please feel free to contact me via e-mail at email@example.com, or via telephone at (859)231-0000.
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Joseph J. Dehner Joe Dehner concentrates his practice on multinational business and securities disputes. He counsels a wide variety of companies, domestic and foreign, on issues confronting global business, including transnational investment, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, customs and trade issues, international business structures, distribution and agency agreements and the resolution of international disputes.