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Tiffany N. Comprés | International Commercial Law Speaker

Tiffany N. Compres

Esq., LL.M.

Tiffany N. Comprés, Esq., LL.M. is uniquely qualified to help people and companies buy and sell goods across borders and resolve international disputes: she speaks four languages and has practiced in Italy, France, and the United States. Although her primary area of expertise is the international fresh produce industry, she often takes cases in other sectors in which commercial international law is involved, such as oil & gas, among others.

A Fierce Advocate in International Arbitration and Litigation

Skilled in international arbitration, Ms. Comprés excels at crafting a case around its strengths and using practical methods to achieve her clients' goals. Her outcome-driven perspective extends to related court proceedings, allowing her to best position her clients in the ancillary litigation that often accompanies complex international arbitration. She is prepared to handle commercial cases in all of the world’s major arbitration centers and under all the major arbitration rules, as well as investor-state arbitration under bilateral and multilateral investment treaties.

An Industry Veteran in Fresh Produce Law

Ms. Comprés has lived and breathed the fresh produce industry for over 20 years, working with her family at Customized Brokers (now Advance Customs Brokers) and J.R. Comprés & Asociados (growers and importers of fresh produce from the Dominican Republic). She knows the business from the inside and uses her knowledge and experience to address her clients’ particular needs in an industry where repeat business is key.

Skilled at negotiating and drafting agreements for the transfer of fresh produce across borders, Ms. Comprés regularly prepares distribution agreements, consignment agreements, and grower’s agent agreements. Representative clients include growers in Spain that sell to U.S. companies for distribution, a publicly traded company that owns and leases land in South America, where it grows organic fresh produce for export to the U.S., and various American importers and distributors.

Her fresh produce work typically involves both international commercial law and the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA). PACA is a remarkable piece of legislation that provides extraordinary protections for sellers of fresh produce.

 
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