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Substantial Post-Entry Work Sufficient for Right to Make Entry, CBP Finds

A company that undertakes substantial post-entry work on imported equipment but doesn't hold the title to the goods can still have the right to make entry, CBP said in a recently released ruling (here), dated Aug. 24. The companies … Subscribe to Read >>

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Dorm Furniture Importer to Pay $1.5 Million to Settle Allegations of Evasion of Wooden Bedroom Furniture Duties

An importer of college dormitory furniture, a sourcing firm, and the owner of both companies will pay a total of $1,525,000 to settle charges that they falsely claimed on customs documentation that they were importing office furniture in an effort to evade antidumping duties on wooden bedroom furniture from China, the Department of Justice said Sept 30 (here). In a whistleblower case brought by a former Omni employee, the government claimed Ecologic Industries, Omni Supply Chain Management and Daniel Scott Goldman “conspired with others” to make false statements and misclassified the furniture on entry documentation to avoid paying antidumping duties, DOJ said. … Read More >>

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