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The Court of International Trade and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit are highly specialized federal courts that oversee all matters involving U.S. customs and trade laws. This includes classification, tariff engineering, country of origin, value, tariffs and duties, trade remedies, drawback, penalties and liquidated damages, protests, intellectual property exclusion orders, and customs broker licensing. Securing favorable results from these courts depends on a detailed understanding of both trade laws and court procedures.

Why Use ST&R’s Customs & International Trade Litigation Services

Experience: International trade has been ST&R’s sole focus for more than 40 years. Our attorneys have decades of experience with all facets of customs and trade litigation in both the public and private sectors. They also possess extensive historical and current knowledge of applicable legal issues.

Perspective: Our litigation team includes attorneys who have worked for U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Department of Justice and so are well-suited to plan and execute strategies to effectively counter government arguments in customs and trade litigation matters.

Judgment: We offer sound advice on when to seek administrative remedies or alternative dispute resolution and when litigation is in your company’s best interests.

Key Contacts

Jason M. Kenner

Member, Litigation Practice Leader

jkenner@strtrade.com

212.549.0137

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