Who we are / What we do
For 100 years, Barnes, Richardson & Colburn, LLP's practice has focused on international trade regulation and customs law. Our work includes matters originating both in and outside the United States, and our clients include companies ranging from sole proprietorships to major multinationals. In fact, we’ve advised over one-third of the manufacturers among the Fortune 100 in trade and customs matters.
Although our practice is multinational, our reach does not end there. Through our membership in Meritas, we’re able to provide local, reliable, and efficient legal representation in over 60 countries. Our affiliation with INBLF gives us and our clients access to specialized practitioners through the U.S. and abroad.
February 15, 2019
Spending Package Mandates 301 Exclusion Process for Tranche 3, Improved 232 ProcessRead more>
January 23, 2019
US Extends Cultural Property Protection to Items from Bulgaria and ChinaRead more>
December 19, 2018
U.S. Court of International Trade Hears Case on Constitutionality of Section 232 Steel and Aluminum DutiesRead more>
March 26, 2019
Chicago Partner David G. Forgue to discuss developments in the law at the American Petroleum Institute's Trade and Customs ConferenceRead more>
February 28, 2019
Chicago Partner Lawrence M. Friedman to speak on What Does the USMCA Mean to Importers?Read more>
Feb. 19, 2019
Lawrence M. Friedman to Speak on Duty Drawback, Rules of Origin and Emerging Customs Law Issues at Third International Trade Fall UpdateRead more>