Leslie Glick

 
 
Lawyer and Author
 
Les has extensive experience in the areas of international trade and customs law. He has devoted his time to handling major international trade cases before the U.S. International Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Court of International Trade. In addition, he has handled almost every aspect of cases arising under the U.S. Customs laws involving classification, valuation, country of origin marking and customs fraud, and security issues (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism).Les has been active in developing customs compliance programs for many U.S. corporations. Les is the author of books on customs law and NAFTA, and he has been widely consulted by companies and trade associations in regard to U.S./Mexico legal questions involving imports, exports, investment, immigration, transportation and other areas. He has represented exporters and importers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Indonesia, Japan, Peru, and Thailand. He has also served as counsel to a Congressional committee and has handled matters relating to legislation. In addition, Les assists U.S. and foreign clients with compliance with laws and regulations of the Food and Drug Administration, in relation to food products, medical devices and the importation of pharmaceutical and biological materials. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at the George Mason University Law School (University of Virginia) and the University of Baltimore (University of Maryland).
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