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Trek Leather Decision on Corporate Officer Liability Confirms 40 Years of Precedent, Says Government

The recent court decision in Trek Leather on corporate employee liability for customs violations does nothing to expand the coverage of customs penalties to employees … Subscribe to Read >>

CBP Finds Military's Export Documentation Permissible for Drawback Claims

CBP found that the Houston Drawback Center was mistaken in rejecting a drawback claim for infrared camera systems that a contractor imported for use by … Subscribe to Read >>

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Retroactive GSP Renewal, Customs Reauthorization Expected as Part of Trade Package

Lawmakers introduced trade preference renewal legislation that will include the African Growth and Opportunity Act, the Generalized System of Preferences and two tariff preference levels for imports from Haiti as part of a wider trade push. Those renewals and other trade bills are expected to progress alongside Trade Promotion Authority, introduced April 16, said Congressional aides. Though some details are still being worked out, a customs reauthorization bill is also expected to be part of the package, said the aides. … Read More >>

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