JLF Navigation

We are an international trade compliance law firm based in Houston, Texas.

We advise and represent clients on matters related to import and customs law, export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott restrictions, and free trade agreements.

Learn more→

Sign Up

Subscribe to our free publications if you would like to receive information on the latest developments in international trade compliance and upcoming events.


Upcoming Events

Event List
  • JAN23-25 BIS-Houston Seminars (Houston, TX)

    Join the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and the Houston DEC for two seminars – (1) Complying with U.S. Export Controls and (2) Technology and Software ControlsComplying with U.S. Export Controls will cover the information exporters need to know to comply with U.S. export control requirements on commercial goods.  The Technology and Software Controls session will offer a comprehensive look at how to comply with the U.S. export and reexport controls relating to technology and software. Register→

  • JAN23-25 SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition (The Woodlands, TX)

    Join the Society of Petroleum Engineers for a conference that will present current and prove technologies in hydraulic fracturing, lessons learned from fracture-simulated wells, and how to apply this technology globally. The conference also features a robust technical program with more than 50 technical papers, dynamic training courses, and an exhibition of the latest products and services. Register→

  • FEB26 East Africa Smart Grid Reverse Trade Mission (Atlanta, GA; Houston, TX; Washington, D.C.)

    Join the USTDA for a Reverse Trade Mission designed to introduce a delegation of senior public and private sector officials from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda to U.S. technologies and industry best practices in the smart grid sector. Delegates will participate in site visits and meet with U.S. government stakeholders, U.S. utilities, and U.S. companies to discuss technologies to reduce losses and improve reliability as well as policies, regulations, and financing mechanisms to facilitate the implementation of smart grid projects. More Info→

  • APR11-20 Global Coal-Fired Power Emissions Monitoring and Control RTM (Washington D.C., Other Cities)

    Join the USTDA for a Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) that will bring public officials and coal plant operators from Turkey, South Africa and Romania to the United States for site visits and meetings with U.S. businesses. Another RTM will be held May 14 - 23, 2018, to bring public officials and coal plant operators from India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam to the United States for meetings. More Info→