Area of focus

Customs and Import Compliance

You can’t cut corners on customs and import compliance issues. Evolving, global regulations and penalties require appropriate compliance policies and procedures.

We help sophisticated clients on complex import compliance matters involving the U.S., EU, Latin America, and Asia.

Representative experience

Advise Urenco, the sole uranium enricher in the U.S., on U.S. import quotas applied to uranium from Russia.

Advise Invista’s appeal in the Court of International to oppose a ruling by U.S. Customs.

Assist a major medical device company in successfully preparing and defending Customs Prior Disclosure.

Helping major agricultural importer and exporter with its import/export operations and compliance with U.S. customs law.

Secured a refund to Armstrong World Industries for wrongly paid customs duties.

Assist Nestle Waters North America to develop and maintain customs compliance procedures pertaining to the company's imports of certain bottled-water products.

Hogan Lovells Publications

U.S.-China trade war escalates with new round of Section 301 tariffs and currency manipulation designation International Trade Alert

Following on the heels of U.S. trade negotiators’ return from China, on 1 August, President Trump abruptly announced via Twitter an “additional Tariff of 10 percent on the...

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Trade Demystified Video Series

In the “Trade Demystified” video series, Hogan Lovells lawyers highlight selected topics in international trade and investment law. These short videos present a brief analysis...

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Our International Trade team comments on the escalating U.S.-China trade conflict Trade Demystified Videos

The ongoing U.S.-China trade conflict touches industries from agriculture to manufacturing and products from automobiles to seafood, with the United States and China imposing tariffs on...

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AFTA NAFTA: USMCA and the path forward International Trade Alert

On 30 September, after an intensive, last-minute flurry of negotiations, Canada joined the United States and Mexico in a new trilateral agreement to replace the original North American Free ...

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White House announces US$34 billion in new duties on Chinese imports effective 6 July – another US$16 billion targeted for future duties. China expected to retaliate with reciprocal duties on U.S. goods.

On 15 June 2018 the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced the imposition of additional 25 percent tariffs (i.e., a 25 percent tax) on US$34 billion in annual imports from...

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