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Brexit: Temporary Tariff Rates
On March 13, 2019, the UK government published details of the temporary rates of customs duty it would impose on imports should a "no deal" Brexit occur.
European Union
28 Mar 2019
The EU's Contingency Plans For Customs & The Export Of Goods In A "No Deal" Brexit
The European Commission has published its Contingency Action Plan for a "No Deal" Brexit.
5 Mar 2019
The Top Five IP And Tech Issues For Cross-Border Transactions
Several questions and topics come up time and again during overseas visits with Chinese entities, both law firms and corporations.
United States
17 Jan 2019
WBD Supporting UK Trade Mission To Boston
WBD is supporting a UK trade mission traveling this week to Boston, Massachusetts to help businesses from the North of England explore opportunities for growth and collaboration.
United States
12 Dec 2018
After NAFTA: Digital Trade In The New USMCA
One of the avowed reasons for scrapping the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and replacing it with a new agreement was that "digital trade" did not even exist in 1994 when NAFTA came into force.
United States
9 Oct 2018
The Section 301 And Section 232 Trade Actions: Managing The Impact Of New Trade Restrictions
The first half of 2018 has seen the United States place sweeping import tariffs on steel and aluminum products, and on thousands of Chinese products.
United States
14 Aug 2018
The Trump Scorecard Revisited
In this installment, we depart slightly from the scorekeeping used in past editions.
United States
15 May 2018
Brexit Poses Issues For Airports, Airlines
The United Kingdom's split from the European Union could leave the nation and United States without a trade agreement to manage the aviation industry
United States
18 Aug 2017
Extension Of Furniture Anti-Dumping Duties A Preview Of Bigger U.S. Trade Protections To Come
Furniture Today is reporting the U.S. International Trade Commission voted this week to keep anti-dumping duties in place for another five years on wooden bedroom furniture made in China.
United States
12 Apr 2017
Stage Is Set As Prime Minister Theresa May Prepares To Meet President Donald Trump: What Can We Expect?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has secured the coveted first meeting between President Trump and a foreign head of government.
United States
1 Feb 2017
What Womble Carlyle Clients Need To Know About The U.K. Brexit Vote
In the short term, the U.K.'s unprecedented—and unexpected—vote to exit the European Union creates considerable uncertainty for U.S. companies operating in the U.K., EU and beyond. A wide range of questions has yet to be answered regarding how the U.K. will work with EU nations moving forward, and complex negotiations will be required to resolve those questions. Last week, Womble Carlyle entered an historic global alliance with leading U.K. firm Bond Dickinson, with the goal of ensuring that bo
European Union
27 Jun 2016
The Partial Lifting Of Iranian Sanctions - Not Quite Business As Usual
On January 16, 2016, the United States lifted nuclear-related economic sanctions previously imposed on Iran, fulfilling obligations under the nuclear treaty agreed to last year by the P5+1 nations...
22 Jan 2016
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