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Monthly Archives: December 2018

To GDPR or Not To GDPR – That Remains the Question !!!!

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Agriculture, Anti-Trust/Competition Law, Constitutional Law, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Legal Developments

Published originally by the Journal of Commerce in December 2018 When the General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) took effect on May 25, 2018, American companies found themselves in a quandary. The language of the regulations was sufficiently broad to initially conclude that even if a company had no presence or operation in Europe, it would… Continue Reading

Customers Now Jointly Liable With Port Truckers For Certain Labor Violations

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Agriculture, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Exports, Legal Developments, Transportation

One of the bills signed into law by California Governor Edmund G. Brown from the most recent legislative session aims to hold customers accountable when hiring trucking companies that have a record of Labor Code violations. Under SB 1402, customers who utilize trucking companies to deliver goods from California’s ports may be held jointly and… Continue Reading

U.S.-China Deal

Posted in Border Security, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Exports, Government Procurement, Imports Restrictions, Intellectual Property, Legal Developments, Politics, tariffs, Trade Agreeements, Trade Remedies, World Trade Organization

Over the weekend, President Trump announced a deal with China. The result is the 10% tariff imposed on goods on List 3 of Chinese made goods will remain in place for an additional 90 days rather than increase to 25% on January 1, 2019. The challenge is there was no joint communique issued by the… Continue Reading