Globalization of supply chains has grown exponentially, creating an intricate network of support systems that both enable and complicate international trade. Companies involved in moving goods across borders need knowledgeable guidance to successfully navigate ever-shifting rules and regulations.
The International Trade & Supply Chain team at Husch Blackwell offers a full range of services pertaining to inbound and outbound goods, and on matters that include customs, export controls, economic sanctions, trade remedies, logistics and transportation, government regulation and supply chains.
Our counsel includes everyday trade and supply chain matters, such as obtaining tariff classifications, and extends to complex strategies requiring experience with enforcement, lobbying, litigation, risk assessment and the implementation of large-scale projects. When necessary, we work closely with select firms in foreign countries to ensure comprehensive solutions meet individual needs.
We have substantial experience with many industrial and consumer goods, including consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, steel products, food additives, textiles and apparel, and wood products. Our U.S. and foreign clients are large multinational manufacturers, major trading companies, Fortune 500 corporations and smaller privately held entities, including:
Many of our professionals gained substantial experience while at key regulatory agencies, including the U.S. International Trade Commission, the International Trade Administration at the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Federal Maritime Commission. Our team’s collective decades of experience and long-established relationships in the United States and abroad ensures tailored strategies for the companies, individuals and products we represent.