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Regulatory Compliance for Import/Export Businesses
Any business that moves goods into or out of the country should take the proactive step of hiring a knowledgeable regulatory attorney to perform a compliance review and help you develop a compliance plan for your import/export business. An appropriate and immediate response to regulatory inquiries can save you time and money, and help you avoid the pitfalls that befall businesses unfamiliar with U.S. import regulations.
Regulatory Compliance Matters for Small Businesses, Too
Even if you are one person buying goods from out of the country on eBay and re-selling them in the United States, you need to make sure you follow all relevant import regulations. Failure to do so could result in serious civil or criminal penalties.
A regulatory import export compliance plan business has several purposes:
- A compliance plan makes sure your business operations are in line with all applicable laws and regulations, which will help protect your growing business from criminal and civil liability.
- A compliance plan minimizes the potential for government regulatory or investigatory intrusion, which could shut down your business either temporarily or indefinitely.
Hire an Experienced Lawyer to Develop and Maintain a Compliance Plan for Your Import Export Business
The Law Office of Ramon de la Cabada, in Miami, Florida, offers a complete range of import export compliance plan services for import/export businesses throughout Florida.
The Parts of a Import Export Compliance Plan For Business
A thorough compliance plan for any import/export business must examine the following issues, as well as others that may arise during our confidential review of your business operations:
- Compliance with all Department of Commerce rules and regulations regarding export, including the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the Denied Persons List (DPR)
- Compliance with all U.S. government laws and regulations regarding import, including the those of the Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service, the Bioterrorism Act of 2002
- Transportation logistics: Meeting all licensing requirements for transportation of goods into and out of the United States
- Compliance with the Department of State’s International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
- Correct management of import or export of hazardous materials and dual munitions
More Information About Regulatory Compliance
Attorney Ramon de la Cabada has represented many clients in compliance-related legal matters and has over 27 years of relevant legal background.
Additional information about regulatory compliance is available on the following pages:
- International Business Compliance
- Business Expansion Compliance
- Regulatory Compliance
- Patriot Act Compliance
- Independent Internal Investigation
- Compliance Law FAQ
Contact Our Office for More Answers About Business Regulations and Compliance Plans
We offer all new clients a complimentary and confidential consultation, and we have appointments available at your convenience, either in our Miami offices or on-site at your company.
Call our law office today, at 305-443-7100.