We focus on cost-effective compliance for companies doing business internationally.

DevelopTradeLaw, LLC was created to provide business-oriented solutions to the legal challenges that face companies doing business internationally, including in the areas of US import and export regulations and negotiating and drafting international contracts. Our rates are very affordable, and clients appreciate our fixed-fee agreements that allow them to budget. We also offer a new subscription service that gives members free scheduled consultations, document review and preparation, and assistance with any of the issues in our areas of expertise at a flat monthly rate.

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BUSINESSES


COMPLIANCE WITH TRADE LAWS

The firm helps businesses comply with the regulations that the Customs and Border Protection agency oversees, minimizing the delays, fees, and possible penalties that add to the cost of doing business. Read more about our services for businesses.

GOVERNMENTS


STRONG BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

The firm works with governments to address trade-related issues, including the development of WTO-consistent trade and customs laws and regulations. Read more about our services for governments.

INDIVIDUALS


CORRECT MISTAKEN IDENTITY

The firm assists individuals in working with Customs and Border Protection agency and other relevant agencies to clarify misunderstandings, to get the name cleared in a case of mistaken identity, and to recover seized assets. Read more about our services for individuals.

WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US

. . . very precise and articulate in her work. Competent and thorough. I recommend her anytime.” ~ Sabina . . . patient, amiable, and forthright; . . . her expertise and knowledge of the domain helps me make the right decisions. She is . . . passionate about her work. Trustworthy and reliable.” ~ Jayesh . . . smart, capable and has a very thoughtful approach to her work. I would highly recommend her.” ~ Gisele.

Gisele

Protecting Your Intellectual Property at the US Border – Part II

In Part I, we discussed the steps that IPR holders can take to get CBP’s help in enforcing their rights. In Part II, we discuss exceptions for personal travelers and steps that a legitimate importer should take if CBP has detained or seized its merchandise for violating another company’s intellectual property rights.

Andrea Ewart

WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US

“Greetings. I have know Ms. Ewart for sometime. She has been my lawyer and consultant for my newly formed business in USA. She is very patient, amiable, and forthright which helps me in gathering all the information I need. And her expertise and knowledge of the domain helps me make the right decisions. She is someone who is passionate about her work and her approach to work is more karmic than just a profession. All these makes her a very trustworthy reliable associate.”

Jayesh

“Ms Ewart is very precise and articulate in her work. She assisted me on a project that involved importing products that are coming into the USA for the first time. She provided me with all the information I needed to proceed. I am currently working with her also on another international project which has been running smooth because of her competency and thoroughness. I recommend her anytim

Sabina

“I am currently working with Ms. Ewart on an entry to market pharmaceutical venture. She is smart, capable and has a very thoughtful approach to her work. I would highly recommend her.”

Gisele