Butzel attorney Les Glick interviewed on GlobalAutoIndustry.com
Attorney discusses ‘Section 301 Tariffs on China Imports – U.S. Trade Rep – Four-Year Review: What is at Stake for the U.S. Automotive Industry?’
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Butzel attorney and shareholder Leslie “Les” Glick, was featured recently on an audio interview on GlobalAutoIndustry.com. The focus of the interview is: “U.S. Trade Representative Four-Year Review of Section 301 Tariffs on China Imports: What is at stake for the U.S. Automotive Industry?” A link to the interview can be found on the GlobalAutoIndustry.com homepage: https://globalautoindustry.com/
Section 301 tariffs affect many components imported by U.S automotive parts manufacturers. To the extent that Chinese materials are being exported to Mexico or Canada and used to produce finished parts exported to the U.S., Section 301 can also come into play. The interview discusses a new opportunity for importers and users of items affected by Section 301 tariffs to submit comments to the United States Trade Representative( USTR) beginning November 15,2022.
Glick is co-chair of Butzel’s International Trade and Customs Specialty Team. Glick has extensive experience in the areas of international trade and customs law. He has handled 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.
Moreover, he assists U.S. and foreign clients with compliance with laws and regulations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in relation to food products, meat and poultry, plants, medical devices and the importation of pharmaceutical and biological materials as well as consumer product safety and automotive product regulation and recalls (NHTSA,DOT and FMVSA).
Glick has been active in developing customs compliance programs for many U.S. corporations. He is the author of books on customs law and NAFTA and most recently on the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) and has been widely consulted by companies and trade associations regarding U.S./Mexico/Canada legal questions involving imports, exports, investment, transportation, to name a few.
He was recently appointed co-chair of the International Trade Committee, American Bar Association (ABA), International Law Section, which is comprised of more than 450 members. It is one of the largest committees in the International Law Section. Previously, Glick served as vice-chair of programs for the International Trade Committee, where he organized numerous seminars and webinars.
Glick 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).