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U.S. Company and Subsidiary Penalized for Illegal Exports to Iran

A U.S. company and one of its foreign subsidiaries reached separate settlement agreements with the Office of Foreign Assets Control regarding illegal exports to Iran. The U.S. company ignored several red-flags regarding the shipments and the subsidiary listed the end-user as being in Dubai despite knowing the goods would be reexported from Dubai to Iran in violation of U.S. law., click here.

CIT Injunction Temporarily Halts Liquidation of Certain Section 301 Entries

The Court of International Trade ("CIT") granted a preliminary injunction for the plaintiffs on the Section 301 cases currently being argued before the Court. The decision grants the plaintiffs a preliminary injunction requiring U.S. Customs and Border Protection to suspend the liquidation of unliquidated import entries subject to the Section 301 litigation. The decision orders that “…the court will temporarily restrain liquidation of any unliquidated entries of merchandise imported from China by any plaintiffs in the Section 301 cases which are subject to List 3 or List 4A duties"., click here.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Releases USMCA Regulatory Packages

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued an Interim Final Rule related to USMCA addressing a range of issues, including amending the NAFTA Marking Rules of Origin to be applicable to USMCA-originating products., click here.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Releases USMCA Regulatory Packages

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a Proposed Notice of Rulemaking to apply the NAFTA Marking Rules of Origin to non-originating products from a USMCA country., click here.

Ford Could Face Over $1B in Federal Penalties After Years-Long Dispute Over Transit Connect Vans

On June 3, 2021, Ford filed regulatory documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) indicating the company could face from $652 million to $1.3 billion in penalties based upon a pre-penalty notice from Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”)., click here.
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