Brokerage Management

Management of international trade activities defines mangement of customs brokers and agents in divergent countries and trade regimes to which trade activities have been outsourced.

Product Regulation and Standards in WTO Law

PRODUCT REGULATION AND STANDARDS IN WTO LAW by Christian Struck The interrelation of products, the human body, and the environment presents a fundamental challenge to the international trade regulatory system. In an ever more integrated global market, biotechnology, nanotechnology, and other increasingly prevalent methods of processing food and pharmaceuticals give rise not only to trade…

Supply Chain Optimisation

Supply Chain Optimisation: optimisation of processes and procedures to ensure the optimal operation of a manufacturing and distribution supply chain.

Litigation and Arbitration Procedures

Litigation and Arbitration Procedures. Being a dispute resolution lawyers in customs and foreign trade international arbitration practices and litigation procedures is an essential part of my work in many countries across Europe.

Dr. iur. Christian Struck MLE

Dr. iur. Christian Struck MLE Rechtsanwaltskanzlei/Law firm Key Aspect: Management Customs and Export Controll Compliance Foreign Trade Law Customs Law and Customs Audit Rules of Origin and Preferential Treatment Anti-dumping and other trade barriers Trade barriers Market Regulation Litigation and Penalty Procedures.  

International Trade

International Trade. Advise on international trade helps clients manage compliance risks and asesses opportunities associated with the regulation of international trade in goods around the world. This area is concerned with advisory services to multinational companies and private enterprises in relations to both direct and indirect tax compliance and strategic planning, business restructuring in optimising…

Customs Law

Advise on Customs Law. All imported and exported goods are classified for Customs purposes. Each separate product is assigned a particular classification code and customs rate in each country. Most countries classify goods in accordance with the WCO Harmonized System (HS), i.e. harmonized commodity description and coding system, which came into effect in 1988.