Andrea D. Solorzano

Andrea D. SolorzanoClass of 2015
Articles Editor, Volume 40
Staff Member, Volume 39

International Pressure on the Peruvian Government to Repeal Decree 22342: Corporate Social Responsibility and Labor Reform in Peru

Andrea D. Solorzano

Volume 40 - Issue 3, Spring 2015, Page 805

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Federal Circuit Will Reconsider Personal Liability of Corporate Officer's Grossly Negligent Misrepresentation to Customs

A corporate officer of an importer of record is not directly liable for gross negligence when misrepresenting the value of imported merchandise to Customs and Border Protection, according to the Federal Circuit Appeals Court ruling in United States v. Trek Leather, Inc. on July 30, 2013. This seemingly well settled principle, based on traditional notions of personal liability protection under the corporate law shield, will soon be tested because the Federal Circuit has granted the U.S. Government’s petition for an en banc rehearing of this case.

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