Global Port Issues and the Domino Effect Liability on the Horizon for Companies Globally

Many experts believe the global supply chain may literally be on the verge of collapse at this time. The ongoing push to restock the world’s supply of goods continues to be met with a variety of substantial logistical problems at the world’s ports, from Australia to Singapore, as well as on both coasts of the […]

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Potential Employee Non-Compete Violations

Many companies in Texas utilize employee non-compete agreements to protect their business interests and keep trade secrets from spreading through their industry. Recently, an executive order released by the White House on July 9, 2021 targets non-compete agreements and clauses in an alleged attempt to create a more open and competitive economy for workers. Many […]

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FisherBroyles Welcomes David Makous in Los Angeles.

(Los Angeles, California – September 1, 2021) – FisherBroyles, LLP is pleased to announce that David Makous has joined the Firm’s Los Angeles office. David is one of the top-rated Intellectual Property Litigation attorneys in Los Angeles and joins FisherBroyles from Lee Hong Degerman Kang & Waimey. David’s practice focuses on domestic and international intellectual property, […]

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Client Alert- Mandating COVID-19 Vaccinations in the Workplace.

A copy of this Client Alert can be found here. What Do Organizations Need to Know? Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for use by people 16 years of age and older. Yet, COVID-19 cases are still surging throughout most of the country thanks to the Delta Variant. […]

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That’s entertainment: From singing to writing, to marketing, Bob Brewer has it covered

Bob brings over 30 years of advertising and marketing experience to Braumiller Law Group, as well as Braumiller Consulting. He is responsible for all of the various marketing materials distributed to our client base on a regular basis, (as well as potential new clients). After graduating from college, Bob began his marketing career with U.S. […]

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Developing Digital Approaches to Trade Finance

Introduction The digital revolution affecting so much change across the world is coming to international trade processing and logistics.  The transition to all digital documentation and processing from formerly inefficient analog systems is well underway.  To comply with the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement, most countries have implemented “single window” customs processing of […]

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A Meeting of the Minds Between China and the U.S. Perhaps in the Near Future? When Pigs Fly

One would think, if from another planet, or part of the world that is sheltered completely from global information on economies, that a crisis like a worldwide pandemic could bring two superpowers together in battle to fight a common enemy. Nope. We are, the U.S. and China, growing more distant by the day on many […]

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Member Spotlight – Trading places: Daena Ramsey was looking for a new challenge – then Cantey Hanger came knocking

Daena Ramsey has seen it all in her career , has run her own firm, and now with Cantey Hanger LLP she’s enjoying new challenges. While it may be impertinent to ask someone their age, the same can also be said about the length of time that person has been practicing as a lawyer. Daena […]

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Adrienne Braumiller participates in the IR Global Virtual Series – International Trade: Global and regional trade in the post pandemic

Foreword Co-Authored By Andrew Chilvers And Bob Brewer Global Trade: Combating protectionism and the pandemic The past 18 months were a huge shock to international trade as increasing protectionism and Covid-19 wrought havoc with all previous forecasts and economic roadmaps. Many business analysts predicted that the double whammy of protectionism and pandemic would spell an […]

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Defending Workers’ Compensation Non-subscribers in Texas

While the majority of states require employers to offer workers’ compensation coverage to employees, Texas does not. In Texas, a business whose employees could be eligible for the program can make the choice to opt out of the system, commonly known as non-subscription. 44% of all Texas Employers are non-subscribers and over 20% of all […]

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International Trade:

Global and regional trade in the post pandemic

August 2021

Global Trade: Combating protectionism and the pandemic The past 18 months were a huge shock to international trade as increasing protectionism and Covid-19 wrought havoc with all previous forecasts and […]

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The U.S. Strike Force on Unfair Trade – A Global Perspective, But It’s Really Just About China

By Bob Brewer, Braumiller Law Group In the ongoing tit-for-tat trade war with China and the U.S., new developments are actually old policies, but seem to be resurfacing as the escalation in loss of patience continues to bring about more protectionism. It’s a global implementation, but the United States will target China with a new […]

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