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Alleged software piracy by overseas fashion firms gives rise to unfair competition claims in California

USA - January 30 2013 The California Attorney General recently filed two lawsuits in state court against Chinese and Indian apparel manufacturers, accusing the companies…

Anthony D. Peluso, Anthony V. Lupo.

Risks in using transfer pricing studies to support customs valuation

USA - December 6 2012 Earlier this year, the US Government announced that related party imports (i.e., import transactions between affiliates) had for the first time exceeded $1 trillion and have almost doubled in just the last 10 years.

CBP’s use of “offsetting” enhances benefits of favorable prior disclosure program

USA - November 1 2011 US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently published revisions to its audit regulations that could result in reduced payments made by companies submitting a prior disclosure.

David R. Hamill, David Salkeld, John Gurley, Matthew J. Clark, Matthew Nolan.

US Customs and Border Protection requests comments on potentially far-reaching change in treatment of post-importation adjustments to transfer prices

USA - September 27 2011 On September 23, 2011, in a Friday posting to its website, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has invited advance public comment on a rule change that would make key changes in the treatment of transfer prices for customs purposes.

David R. Hamill, David Salkeld, John Gurley, Matthew J. Clark, Matthew Nolan.

Importers to face significant increased costs with free trade agreement approvals

USA - July 12 2011 Last week, the US Senate Finance Committee and the US House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee approved draft legislation that would significantly increase costs on US importers.