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Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Remands Section 1520 (d) Post-Entry NAFTA Claim Litigation Back to the Court of International Trade for Further Consideration

In Ford Motor Company v United States, Appeal 2012-1186, decided May 3, 2013, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“CAFC”) reversed a decision by the Court of International Trade (“CIT”) denying Ford’s post-entry Section 520(d) claim for NAFTA duty refunds.

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Customs Valuation Basics 101 Webinar

Customs Valuation Basics 101 Webinar – May 22, 2013

On May 22, 2013, David M. Murphy will be presenting a webinar sponsored by the National Association of Foreign Trade Zones (NAFTZ) on “Valuation Basics 101: The Six Steps”.  Clink on the link to register.  The webinar is approved for 1 CCS credit by the NCBFAA National Education Institute.  The webinar is free to NAFTZ members; non-members can register for $95. 

   

Reminder: Late Shipment Clauses

The United States Court of International Trade recently denied a request to deduct certain freight charges that the importer argued were included in the transaction value of the goods as a result of the vendors’ late shipment.

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Customs Broker Assessed $8 Million in Damages for Trademark Infringement

On March 28, 2013, a jury awarded $8 million dollars in damages against a Customs Broker found to have engaged in a conspiracy to import fake Coach® handbags and wallets in the case of Coach v. Celco Customs Services and Celine Wang, Ct. No. 11-cv-10787 (Central District of California).

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