Customs Announces Additional 45-day Transition Period For Compliance With New Country Of Origin Marking Requirements For Imported Goods Produced In Hong Kong


Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a CSMS Message on August 21st (CSMS #43729326) announcing a new 45-day transition period for compliance with the new country of origin marking requirements for imported goods that are products of Hong Kong.  CBP has decided to give importers more time to comply with the new requirements and is extending […]

COVID-19 Agency Announcements Impacting Trade


U.S. importers and exporters take note: Customs and Border Protection, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Industry and Security have issued announcements or taken actions as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 virus on their ongoing operations. Specifically— • Requests to Delay the Payment of Duties: […]

Upcoming ECTI Webinar on September 12th: Understanding the Tariff Wars

Date/Time: September 12, 2018, 1:00-2:30pm EDT May You Live in Interesting Times. Page through any history book and you will find that the most intriguing and compelling eras were those filled with turmoil, confusion, and uncertainty. But the people living back then, like many of today’s importers, manufacturers, and retailers, would most certainly have traded those […]

Miller Proctor Law Sponsors Upcoming Roadshows in Phoenix in Phoenix and Tucson – Learn How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Marks in the U.S. and Overseas Markets

Miller Proctor Law PLLC is pleased to be a sponsor of the upcoming Roadshows in Phoenix (September 25th) and Tucson (September 27th). This program will deliver important information about the Intellectual Property Rights protections that are available to U.S. start-ups, entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized companies, independent creators and inventors. The information will be presented […]