The Los Angeles Times quotes Doreen M. Edelman, chair of Lowenstein Sandler’s Global Trade & National Security group, in its story on President Donald Trump’s delay of tariffs on cellphones, laptops, toys, shoes, and clothes made in China until after the winter holidays. Edelman says, “This gives breathing room for the retailers and U.S. companies,” adding that the three-month delay will still not give companies enough time to find alternative suppliers outside of China. “We’ve got clients that have specialized, high-end sculptures and ornaments being hand-painted from mountain communities in China that have been doing this for years. … You just can’t pick that up and move that to another country.” The story also appeared in the York Dispatch and the Dothan Eagle.