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07
Feb
2017
Kristal Snider

China Remains the Primary Source Economy for Counterfeit Act...

A record number of IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) violations were reported by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Immigration and Cu...
11
Jul
2016
Kristal Snider

Authentic Parts Classified as Counterfeit and Seized by CBP ...

For more than a year, beginning in January 2014, a distributor in the U.S. placed eleven (11) orders for more than 16,000 pieces of Texas Instrument...
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04
Jan
2016
Anne-Liese Heinichen

Report Goods Damaged by CBP

A U.S.-based distributor placed an order with an international supplier for goods that were subsequently inspected by U.S. Customs and Border Protecti...
27
Oct
2015
Anne-Liese Heinichen

Survey Results are in - Lack of Communication and Trust Nega...

At this year’s ERAI Executive Conference, Jorge Garcia, Deputy Assistant Director, Trade and Assistant Director, Enforcement, Electronics Center of Ex...
29
Sep
2015
Kristal Snider

Who is responsible for the cost of goods if the goods are de...

When goods are seized by Customs, is the Supplier entitled to payment or is the Buyer within its right to cancel the order and refuse payment?
27
Jul
2015
Anne-Liese Heinichen

My goods were seized by US Customs...Is it OK to “do nothing...

When US Customs detains your shipment, not receiving your goods may be the least of your problems.