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Fireworks – Strategizing for Supply Chain Disruptions

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Proud of the entrepreneurs on Season 6 of ‘Project Pitch It’

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Rapid Radicals Technology wins grand prize at 2022 Governor’s Business Plan Contest

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Extraterritorial jurisdiction: What to do with competing legal requirements

If trade tensions continue, companies may increasingly find themselves subject to competing compliance obligations, demanding a careful review of applicable compliance policies, procedures and practices.

Shop Small, Shop Sooner: It’s a ‘win-win’ situation

This holiday season, Shop Small and Shop Sooner go hand in hand.
We’re borrowing, with permission, an idea from our neighbors at the Iowa SBDC to encourage supporting local businesses in all the ways possible.

Hackers for Hire – Ye be warned

I’ve written several blogs on the topic of Deemed Exports, Presence as it relates to Deemed Exports and Reasonable Care, all of which explain how U.S. companies and individuals can run afoul of export regulations without physically exporting a product.

Another thing to monitor: China’s new sweeping data privacy law

reach when enforcing its laws.

The impact of the Political Environment on International Trade

Trade compliance and logistics have always been tightly interwoven, and the most successful companies understand how to manage both to avoid risk and take advantage of opportunities.

How restaurants can take control amid renewed uncertainty

In many areas of Wisconsin and the entire country, COVID-19 has raged back with a vengeance, prompting updated safety protocols and, in some cases, a shift in consumer behavior.