Gunster Shareholder and U.S Customs & International Trade Group Leader Peter Quinter recently authored an op-ed article in SeafoodSource titled “Tips for Dealing with US CBP and FDA Seafood Law Enforcement: FDA Import Alerts.”
In the article, Quinter points out that imported seafood carries a greater health risk than other imported food products, which makes it much more highly regulated by the federal government. Peter goes on to provide a sample FDA Import Notice and guidance on the type of documentation to submit to the FDA in seeking a Petition for Removal from Import Alert.
Globally ranked U.S. Customs and international trade law counselor and advocate, Peter Quinter, represents individuals and companies involved in the wide variety of legal issues associated with international trade and transportation, including litigation before federal courts across Florida and before the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York.
Peter represents importers, exporters, customs brokers, international freight forwarders and other companies involved in a myriad of industry sectors and international supply chain matters. His practice includes skill in advising on U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-regulated products, such as food, dietary supplements and cosmetics, and involving detained or refused merchandise. He also advises on the submission of petitions for removal of FDA Import Alerts.