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Who’s driving your trade compliance bus?

By Janet Labuda The short answer to the question who’s driving the compliance bus is your corporate compliance department. The driver’s seat, should not be filled with personnel from your transportation and logistics operation, the sourcing, or import management groups. All parts of your organization need to

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The Role of Customs in National Economic Growth

By Janet Labuda** Traditionally, Customs Services have been tasked with the collection and protection of revenues generated from the importation of goods into their respective countries. Declared valuation of the imported goods is the basis for the collection of duties and value added tax for the national

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Time to Reopen Some Antitrust Division Field Offices? (Part II)

CartelCapers by Robert Connolly

Time to Reopen Some Antitrust Division Field Offices? (Part II) December 13, 2016 by Robert Connolly Leave a Comment In a recent post (here) I advocated for the Trump administration to reopen some of the shuttered Antitrust Division field offices to help focus on public procurement bid

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Time to Reopen Some Antitrust Division Field Offices?

CartelCapers by Robert Connolly

Time to Reopen Some Antitrust Division Field Offices? December 8, 2016 by Robert Connolly There has been much speculation about what a Trump presidency will mean for antitrust enforcement at the Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission. Much of the wonder is about whether Trump will take

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CartelCapers and Robert E. Connolly make Blawg 100!

CartelCapers by Robert Connolly

Congratulations, You are an ABA Journal Blawg 100 honoree!

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Will President Trump Revive Section 2 of the Sherman Act?

CartelCapers by Robert Connolly

By Bradford L. Geyer [1] When I concluded by summer of 2015 that our next President would be Donald Trump, my closest friends and associates were skeptical. Having grown up in the New York media market and reading the “Art of the Deal” after college, I studied

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Brazil Announces Anti-Procurement Fraud Program in Wake of Rio 2016

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Feeling the oncoming wave of eager bidders and publicity-hungry corporations, Brazil has decided to institute a procurement fraud initiative in preparation for the 2016 Summer Olympics.  Reeling from a messy 2014 World Cup contracting process of excessive contracts, inflated bids, and construction disasters, the Brazil government has

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CDCA: Chinese National Faces 46 Months for Conspiracy to Steal U.S. Military Technical Info

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Su Bin, also known as Stephen Su and Stephen Subin, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to gain unauthorized access to a protected computer and is now facing 46 months in prison.  The 51-year-old Chinese national played the middleman in a multi-year Chinese military scheme to obtain

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DAK: U.S. Army Sergeant Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Defraud U.S. in Fuel Theft Scheme

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Sheldon J. Morgan, 36 and a sergeant in the U.S. Army, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States in the District Court of Alaska’s Fairbanks courthouse.  Stationed at FOB Fenty in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, Morgan admitted to working with Afghani truckers to steal fuel from

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ICE-HSI Seize Over $6.5 Million in Counterfeit Apparel from Puerto Rican Retailers

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Over $6.5 million in total funds have been seized in Puerto Rico following ICE-HSI operation to apprehend counterfeiters.  Mainly taken from small-time companies, fourteen retailers were targeted following their infringement of the copywriting rights of the likes of Nike, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, among many others.  The

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