Clark Hill Attorney Kevin Williams quoted in the Chicago Tribune article, “Consumers, already stung by rising prices, could get socked by Trump’s tariffs”
CHICAGO, IL – Kevin Williams, a Member in Clark Hill’s Customs & International Trade Law Business Unit, was recently quoted in the Chicago Tribune article, “Consumers, already stung by rising prices, could get socked by Trump’s tariffs.” Williams discussed how tariffs will impact U.S. exports and how equipment makers will have to raise prices. The article has also been picked up by numerous papers around the country and world.
“There’s a lot of scrambling of people (in the business community) trying to figure out how to manage this,” said Williams. To read the full article, please click here.
Williams’s practice focuses on all aspects of the import and export process including tariff classification and valuation of imported merchandise, export licensing, country of origin determinations, country of origin marking, intellectual property protection, anti-dumping/countervailing duty cases including representation before the International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission, and retaliatory actions such as those taken under Section 301.
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