The global economic downturn is impacting international trade and causing financial turbulence for customs brokers, importers, exporters, and third party logistics companies worldwide. We want our clients to survive and thrive through these difficult times. Survival is contingent upon your company’s financial stability, and will be difficult to sustain if U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or any other government agency is seizing your merchandise or penalizing for non-compliance.
We represent foreign and domestic companies engaging in international trade, which is the exchange of capital, goods, and services across international borders or territories. U.S. Customs collaborates with other government agencies to regulate and enforce the international trade laws affecting the exchange of capital, goods, and services coming across the U.S. borders and territories. Companies engaged in importing and exporting across the U.S. borders must strictly comply with these laws. Failing to comply with international trade laws can result in severe consequences that could financially cripple or even bankrupt your company. Whether you operate a customs brokerage house (CHB), import, export, or provides third party logistics services, the Davidson Law Group will assist in developing a proactive approach to complying with the U.S laws governing international trade. We want our clients to focus on their specialty, which is running a profitable import/export company, without worrying about losing their profits to the U.S. government.
If U.S. Customs seized your property or assessed a penalty or claim for liquidated damages against you, we will work diligently in your defense so you can keep your company financially viable.
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