Steel, Aluminum, and Other Metals
Steel and metals are subject to significant disputes in international trade - due diligence and strategic insight are necessary to success.
In the United States the regulatory regimes surrounding the importation of steel and other metals can be complex and subject to high rates of duty. As examples, many steel products are subject to Antidumping and Countervailing duties, section 232 tariffs, section 301 tariffs, and/or other issues of complexity.
These informational links represent only a few of the major issues in this area of regulation:
Section 301 Tariffs on Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property and Innovation issues (which includes additional duties on certain metals)
Our customs lawyers are known nationally and internationally for their work in customs and international trade law.
The firm's offices are located in San Francisco, California, Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles, California.
Our practice areas include classification, valuation, admissibility, customs detentions, seizures and penalty proceedings, and customs audits. We bring litigation, and handle numerous other types of issues arising in international trade. See our services listings.
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