Intuitively organized, the International Trade Practice Center provides seamless navigation among its numerous resources on the homepage and distinct practice pages for Import and Export, each of which pulls together critical related content. The practice center offers keyword search functionality for the practice center itself and easy access to Bloomberg Law’s comprehensive legal and business resources and practice tools.
Bloomberg Law’s enhanced International Trade News helps you stay current with real-time coverage of the changing global marketplace with accurate reporting and clear explanation of U.S. international trade and business policies; the policies of U.S. trading partners across the globe; trading partner relations; legal actions; export/import developments; and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Incorporating the editorial excellence of our Law Reports, International Trade News offers new features and functionality, such as:
Market-recognized as indispensable international trade resources, the Import Reference Guide and Export Reference Guide anchor our secondary content with expert analysis of import processes, trade agreements, regulations, enforcement, and more. The Export Reference Guide includes coverage of U.S. Free Trade Agreements as well as more than 220 Country Profiles.
The International Trade Practice Center also includes select coverage from the Corporate Practice Portfolio Series (e.g., Foreign Unfair Competition) and from key publishers such as the ABA (e.g., Trade Remedies for Global Companies) and from the internationally focused Getting the Deal Through series (e.g., e-Commerce, Foreign Investment Review, and Trade & Customs).
The practice center features the searchable International Trade Reporter Classification Outline, including Bloomberg BNA Classification Outlines and Headnotes to help you focus on key points of selected cases. Bloomberg Law makes it easy to find relevant headnotes and their related cases by topic, keyword, and classification number.
The International Trade Practice Center also includes comprehensive coverage of Case Law and Dockets for the Court of International Trade, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and trade-related decisions by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The practice center has mapped relevant titles of the U.S. Code (e.g., Title 15, Commerce and Trade) and corresponding provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations. The practice center also includes access to the complete provisions of all federal and state codes, rules, and regulations on Bloomberg Law.
Country Chart Builders provide a topical comparison of import requirements for the United States’ top 25 export markets. Providing an at-a-glance view of issues such as tariff, licensing, documentary standards, and labeling requirements, Chart Builders speed you to just the information you need.
Also included on the practice center is a Bloomberg Law Tracker – Status of Agency Trade Investigations – showing the status of the current year’s active anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations by the Commerce Department and the International Trade Commission.
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