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The Trade & Customs team provides advice on such issues as tariff classification, rules of origin, customs valuation issues, duty suspensions and any other economic customs regimes.
Specifically the team advises on tariff classification, customs valuation or rules of origin well beyond the EU borders.
These include: the 800 EU companies in the largest anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into solar products in 2012-2013; representing one of the largest global telecommunications companies in the first-ever simultaneous anti-dumping, anti-subsidy and safeguard investigations; the anti-dumping investigation into footwear as well as the investigations into biodiesel, bioethanol and aluminum wheels.
Our full service offering on REACH includes issuing legal opinions on the status of specific substances, preparations and articles on all REACH processes; assisting companies on the various implications of REACH within the supply chain, on consortium, SIEF and data-sharing issues and related contractual issues; helping clients develop and implement product defense strategies for chemicals, targeted for substance evaluation, restrictions or the REACH authorization process, including related advocacy and legal support work; assisting clients preparing for REACH inspections in case of enforcement activities; and supporting our clients in actions before the ECHA Board of Appeal, where we have an unmatched success rate.
We also advise companies on other EU regulations on chemicals, including the Directive on biocides and pesticides and the CLP Regulation.
Regulatory Our European regulatory team covers a very large spectrum of services with a focus on the chemical and life science sectors, and EU product safety and liability.
We provide our clients with a full service offering on product regulations, advising them on the formation, interpretation, application and enforcement of EU and Member States regulations in our fields of concentration.
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Our Trade & Customs team also makes representations to EU institutions, member state authorities and governments in developing countries, on issues arising under multilateral and bilateral trade agreements.