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Frank J. Desiderio will serve on a panel at the 2013 International Trade Update CLE at Georgetown Law Center

On March 1, 2013, Frank Desiderio will be a panelist at the Georgetown's Law Center's International Trade Update.  He will participate in a panel discussion relating to "Customs Seizure and Forfeiture Process and Protests of Post-Entry Audits."  Additional information about this program is available at: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/continuing-legal-education/programs/cle/international-trade-update/

   

Export Compliance Certifications to Be Imposed on U.S. Employers of Foreign Nationals

Effective on February 20, 2011, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency (“USCIS”) will impose new export control certification requirements for companies in the United States who petition that agency seeking authorization for an alien to come to the United States temporarily to perform services or to receive training.

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A Day Of Fashion Law

Join Program Chairs Frances Hadfield, Grunfeld Desiderio Lebowitz Silverman & Klestadt LLP, and Olivera Medenica, Wahab & Medenica LLC and an All-star faculty at Down the Runway: A Day of Fashion Law on Friday, February 8.

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Highlights Of The Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement (Cafta)

Published in the Metropolitan Corp. Counsel
(www.metropolitancorpcounsel.com) October 2005

The US, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua signed CAFTA on August 5. On August 2 President Bush signed the implementing legislation (Pub. L. 109-53) after the House of Representatives passed it (H.R. Bill 3045) by a bare majority of only 2 votes. The legislatures of five signatories have approved the agreement, and those of Costa Rica and Nicaragua are expected to do so within the next six months. By January 1, 2006, CAFTA should be operational for all parties that have obtained the necessary legislative approvals.

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FTC Issues $1.26 Million in Penalties for Mislabeling Rayon Textiles as Bamboo; Announces Enforcement Policy for Directly Imported Products

On January 3, 2013, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced that $1.26 million in penalties will be paid collectively by four national retailers to settle charges that the companies mislabeled various textile products.

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