Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Named New Customs Counsel for NCBFAA
© , Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. Originally published in the [06/17/2020] issue of the Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report. Reprinted by permission.
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., is proud to announce its selection as customs counsel for the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America Inc.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to serve an organization as well-respected as the NCBFAA,” said ST&R’s Lenny Feldman, who will serve as lead counsel. “For more than 40 years ST&R has worked side-by-side with brokers and forwarders on the customs and trade issues they deal with, and we’ve built effective relationships with the federal departments and agencies whose actions impact that community. The ST&R team looks forward to an even closer partnership with the NCBFAA as it responds to current challenges and innovates for the global trade environment of the future.”
“Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg was selected after a careful and thoughtful consideration of all candidates,” said NCBFAA President Jan Fields. “I look forward to working with Lenny and his team of professionals in keeping the Association, and trade, moving forward.”
Established in 1897 in New York and now headquartered in Washington, D.C., the NCBFAA is an effective national voice for the trade logistics industry. The organization represents more than 1,000 member companies, including the nation’s leading freight forwarders, customs brokers, ocean transportation intermediaries, non-vessel-operating common carriers, and air cargo agents, that together serve more than 250,000 importers and exporters.
ST&R is the largest dedicated international trade, customs, and export law firm in the world and has set the standard for international trade lawyers and consultants since its founding in 1977. Clients worldwide, including governments, manufacturers, importers, exporters, customs brokers, freight forwarders, and sureties, rely on ST&R’s comprehensive and effective services to succeed amid the constantly changing demands of global trade.