Chandri Navarro works with companies, trade associations and governments on customs and trade law and policy, trade compliance matters, free trade negotiations, litigation and legislation. Chandri helps clients resolve trade issues before the US Customs and Border Protection (CPB), Office of the US Trade Representative, Department of Commerce (DOC), US Congress and the Court of International Trade.
Chandri advises clients on tariff classification, customs value, country of origin, labelling and trade preference programmes. She works with companies in reviewing contracts, agreements and M&A documents to help protect clients from trade compliance risks and successor liability.
Since her time as a US State Department Security-Cleared Industry Adviser during the NAFTA negotiations, Chandri has helped companies and US and foreign trade associations navigate the intricacies of rules of origin, tariff phase-out schedules and cumulation provisions in trade negotiations.
Bar admissions: District of Columbia, Pennsylvania and Court of International Trade.
Education: JD, American University, Washington College of Law, 1993; BA, College of William and Mary, 1986.
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