Why the Meyer Decision isn’t a Lemon: Modern Use of “First Sale”

First Sale Meyer Decision

By Adrienne Braumiller, Braumiller Law Group

A March 1st decision out of the CIT has caused a stir in the global trade industry because of the CIT opinion’s apparent uncertainty of the applicability of the “first sale” rule in transactions with non-market economy manufacturers and the broader implications of that uncertainty.


A Post COVID Surge, and a Variety of Port Issues

Post COVID port issues

By Bob Brewer, Braumiller Law Group

There are reasons to be optimistic about the economies of the world bouncing back from the pandemic in 2021, and at the same time, the major push to restock the world’s supply of goods has been met with a variety of problems.


Exporting to Russia? Things Just Got (More) Difficult

Exporting Russia

By Bruce Leeds, Braumiller Law Group

Exporting to Russia is already a challenge. There are OFAC sanctions arising out of the Ukraine/Crimea situation, Military End User controls, and the usual export licensing requirements.


Brexit: A process, not an event.


By Joaquin Pampin-Galan, Braumiller Law Group

On December 24, 2020, the United Kingdom (“UK”) and the European Union (“EU”) concluded the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”) which came into force on January 1, 2021.


Recourse for USMCA Environmental Issues

Recourse USMCA environmental issues

By James Holbein, Braumiller Law Group

This article seeks to assist potential users of the provisions of the Agreement Between the U.S., the United Mexican States, and Canada (USMCA) to understand the multiple layers of review required for an issue to wend its way through the environmental review bodies.