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Technology Products

The firm has represented importers in all manner of technology products, including:

  • Advanced Industrial technology

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Aerospace technology

  • Biotechnology

  • Defense/weapons technology

  • Electronics technology

  • Energy and Solar Products

  • Internet of things (IOT) devices

  • Information technology devices

  • Measuring and control devices

  • Networking devices

  • Robotics

  • Semiconductors and lithography

  • Sensors

  • Scientific apparatus

As with all imported merchandise, the main import considerations and issues faced will include: admissibility, origin, tariff classification, valuation, and proper compliance with all other areas of federal and state regulation, depending on the specific product.

We are experts in U.S. import, customs, and international trade law. Please feel free to contact the firm is you have further questions

 

Curated News:

May 20, 2019: Dist. Ct. NM: U.S. v. Sterling Islands, No. CR 18-4176 JB: Violation of a violation of any government regulation affecting imports – including Origin marking – constitutes a criminal violation of 18 U.S.C. § 545.

May 5, 2019: DOJ: Sentencing motion in the Sterling Islands case.

March 15, 2018: Nat. Geo.: Article: Fake Indian Artwork case.