Trading internationally can be difficult. Companies must navigate a complex web of national import and export controls, VAT, customs and excise duties, rules of international organizations like the WTO and EU, and the terms of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. These rules and how they interact with one another are changing rapidly in what has become an increasingly volatile geopolitical landscape.
We guide clients through all aspects of international trade law including supply chain analysis, tax, and the implications of new trading arrangements (such as those that may be brought about by Brexit). We build tailored, concise, and clear solutions that are always focused on delivering the best commercial outcome for the client.
Our team has depth and up-to-date knowledge of all aspects of international trade law
- Supply chain analysis – we provide clear supply chain solutions that account for changing tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade.
- Tax – our solutions take full account of the transfer pricing, VAT and customs duty implications of international trade.
- Trade defence – our team has substantial experience in both seeking and defending against anti-subsidy and anti-dumping complaints.
- Brexit and regulatory response – we provide clients with up-to-date, comprehensive, straightforward advice on the trade law implications of Brexit and other geopolitical events on both regulated and non-regulated industries.
We have advised clients on a wide array of trade law questions, including those that raise complex issues regarding Brexit.