At Torres Law, we work with U.S. and international clients – from multinationals and Fortune 500 companies to medium-sized businesses and startups – to successfully import and export goods, technology, and services. We regularly assist clients navigate regulatory challenges posed by U.S. and foreign trade policies, including China tariffs, Iran sanctions, and the export of defense-related goods and controlled or emerging technologies.
In addition, we have extensive experience assisting clients with a wide range of foreign investment matters, including the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) administering the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA).
We are driven by the principle that our clients are best served by long-term relationships built on transparency, accountability, and cost-effectiveness. Our goal: to provide practical, real-world international trade advice based on an in-depth understanding of each client’s strategic and business objectives coupled with comprehensive knowledge of the regulatory and competitive environments in which it does business.
Our lawyers regularly guide clients through myriad U.S. regulatory regimes and agencies that govern trade with the United States, including: