By Robert M. Schechter and Christopher F. Schultz
2017 began with a new U.S. president, the slow installation of a new cabinet, and an immediately heightened focus on the U.S. borders. That focus includes close scrutiny of who and how persons and businesses cross U.S. borders. To stay out of the crosshairs of the current administration and the Federal agencies that work at its direction, in-house counsel, finance and compliance groups are looking for guidance from those professionals who are staying attuned to the evolving regulatory requirements for cross-border business matters.
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Printed with permission from: Inside, Spring/Summer 2017, Vol. 35, No. 1, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, New York 12207.