ROBIN W. GROVER
Robin W. Grover, JD, LCB, CCLS Robin is an international trade lawyer with 38 years' experience handling all aspects of export-import issues. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia Law School. He has been a partner in two law national firms and currently is the sole proprietor of the Law Office of Robin Grover. Robin is also a licensed U.S. Customs Broker, a Certified Classification Specialist, a Certified Export Specialist and, a Certified Drawback Specialist. He is a member of the U.S. Court of International Trade and has represented clients before all federal agencies having a role in regulating exports and imports, foreign corrupt practices, antiboycott compliance and foreign investment in the United States. He has authored four books on export-import topics. His most recent book, issued in April 2017, addresses Made in America product claims, Buy American government procurement requirements and related trade issues. Robin has taught the full range of international trade topics domestically and overseas. He has prepared and presented more than 100 webinars dealing with a wide variety of topics involving imports, exports, and other international trade matters.
Robin W. Grover
August 03 2020
01 : 00 PM EST
In my experience as a trade lawyer for the past 38 years and a Licensed US Customs Broker, INCOTERMS are increasingly used and equally increasingly misapplied and misunderstood. As an exporter to the US, failing to use the best Incoterm can cost your company greatly; such as selecting an Incoterm to cover the transaction which does not specify which party is to obtain cargo insurance, not having the e..
Robin W. Grover
August 07 2020
02 : 00 PM EST
How Newly-Enforced US Import Restrictions on Forced Labor/Child Labor/NK Labor Made Products Can Affect You and Your Shipments to the United States
US Customs has the power to seize and detain goods that it suspects are the product of child labor, forced labor or North Korean contract labor working outside that country, the latter earning much needed foreign exchange for the Kim regime to evade US prohibitions on American entities doing business with that country. Certain foreign products are listed by the US Government as more likely to have been prod..