Today we’ll take a look at a different kind of tax blog with Customs Law, which features the “postings of a customs lawyer on the state of American customs law, international trade law, and whatever else strikes my fancy.”  It’s published by Larry Friedman of Barnes/Richardson, a global trade law firm with offices in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.  He’s discussing topics like the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act, U.S.-Canada Cargo Security, and ISA benefits, among others.