Global Knowledge, Extensive Experience.
Our firm facilitates international trade by representing importers, exporters and other businesses in legal disputes.
Serving A Global Business Clientele From Miami, Florida
International Trade Law
Legal Assistance That Moves At The Speed Of Commerce
In the world of international trade, time is money. If you are facing legal issues with customs enforcement, FDA food safety detentions, cargo loss, civil forfeiture, or criminal charges of white-collar money laundering, Robert J. Becerra, founding attorney of Becerra Law, P.A. has the credentials and track record to resolve your matter quickly. We understand that every day your business is hobbled by a trade dispute is a day that your full attention is not focused on running your business profitably.
Mr. Becerra is one of just over 50 board-certified international law specialists in the state of Florida. He is recognized both locally and worldwide for his work in international trade law. He has received Martindale-Hubbell’s coveted “AV Preeminent” rating, as well as being nominated to the Florida Super Lawyers list and recognized as a Top Lawyer in the South Florida Legal Guide.
Handling Both Civil And Criminal Cases
Robert J. Becerra is licensed to practice law before state, federal district and federal appellate courts, as well as the U.S.Court of International Trade and Supreme Court of the United States. He can also represent business clients before government agencies (both domestic and international) and international customs agencies.
Many of the cases our firm handles involve civil litigation, but Becerra Law, P.A. also has a long history of providing white-collar criminal defense representation. Our attorney’s well-honed investigative skills and his persuasive presentations have convinced law enforcement agencies on many occasions to not file unwarranted criminal charges against his clients. He has been published many times in law journals, newsletters and blogs on topics related to criminal prosecution in international trade matters.