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Diaz Trade Law Welcomes New Managing Attorney Mrs. Coraly Schreiber
By: Diaz Trade Law
"Coraly's 20 years of U.S. Customs and Border Protection experience will be an asset to our clientele, which consists of importers and exporters who are facing an ever complex trade environment characterized by vigorous enforcement and higher tariffs," said Diaz Trade Law's founding attorney, Jennifer Diaz. "We are thrilled to welcome Coraly to the Diaz Trade Law family, Coraly's experience and skillset makes her a terrific addition to the team."
Coraly Schreiber joins Diaz Trade Law as the Managing Attorney, after serving more than 20 years with the Federal Government, where she worked for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in several capacities. Coraly holds a J.D. from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, an M.A. and B.A. From the University of Puerto Rico. She was a CBP Officer, a Paralegal Specialist, a Fines, and a Penalties and Forfeitures (FPF) Officer in the field, and the FPF Branch Chief overseeing all 42 of CBP's FPF offices at the national level. She spent the last 10 years in Washington, D.C. as an Attorney-Advisor with CBP's Office of Trade, Regulations and Rulings, Penalties Branch and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Disclosure Law and Judicial Actions Branch.
Coraly has extensive knowledge of CBP enforcement actions, including penalties, liquidated damages, and seizures of prohibited or restricted merchandise. Her experience at the field-level at a specific port of entry and at the headquarters-
Coraly is a Lawyer in Good Standing admitted to the practice of Law in Puerto Rico, and is fully bilingual. Coraly enjoys being on the water and is an animal enthusiast. She lives in South Florida with her husband, two sons, and the (spoiled) family dog, named Wesley. Coraly can be contacted at Coraly@diaztradelaw.com. To meet the DTL team, visit https://diaztradelaw.com/
Diaz Trade Law provides a full range of legal services on customs and international trade matters. For more information, visit DiazTradeLaw.com.
Page Updated Last on: Aug 15, 2022