Contributing Lawyers

Canada

Cyndee Todgham Cherniak

United States

Susan Kohn Ross

Australia

Andrew Hudson



The Government of Canada Should Ask The Canadian International Trade Tribunal Whether Canada Needs Equivalent to Section 337 of U.S. Tariff Act

There is a little known provision in Canadian law that is under-utilized. This provision is a powerful mechanism that holds promise and opportunity. Pursuant to section 18 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act...

Export Licensing Enforcement Now Falls on Human Resources Managers, Too.

Effective November 23, 2010, any company that applies for an H-1B (H-1B, H-1B1, Chile/Singapore), L-1, or O-1A visa for a foreign national through the filing of an I-129 must now certify that there are no International Traffic in...

New Leave and Export Licensing Laws Impact HR Managers

By Veronica Von Grabow, MS&K Labor & Employment Attorney

California Senate Bill 1304 enacted Part 5.5 of the Labor Code, Section 1508, et seq., effective January 1, 2011, which requires employers with 15 or more employees to...

Tricks of the Trade - Dealing with FDA

Tricks of the Trade – February 10, 2011The Food & Drug Administration and the New Food Safety Law.

Join us to learn the latest developments at the FDA and how the new food safety law will change how you do business.

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Canadian Tariff Classification Numbers May Differ From U.S. Tariff Classification Numbers

It is not uncommon for U.S. exporters to provide to Canadian importers the H.S. tariff classification number for a good that is the number to be used or was used when the goods enter/entered the United States - and not provide...