In addition to representing our clients in international litigation, arbitration and transactional matters, Marks & Sokolov have experience handling a variety of regulatory matters related to international trade.
The complexity of international trade in goods and services is associated with a multitude of national tariffs, regulations, and documentation requirements of two or more countries involved in a transaction. Changes in the political and economic environment require close and constant monitoring of the laws and regulations which get modified in response to the changes. We assist our clients in managing risks and maximizing opportunities associated with increasing regulation of international trade in goods and services.
We have successfully represented clients in regulatory disputes over the applicability of the U.S. Generalized System of Preferences treatment and other trade and customs laws and regulations to the products that our clients imported to the U.S. or exported from the U.S. to other countries.
We have provided effective counseling on the issues of U.S. and international trade, customs and tax laws and regulations. We provide a range of services designed to match the scope of global trade regulation and help answer all of our clients’ needs at all times. By knowing about each and every act or treaty involved with International Trade, we are experts at helping you with any of your international exchanges.