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Court of International Trade

(Daily News)
August 06, 2020

President Trump’s Section 232 exclusion process for steel and aluminum products is constitutionally sound and consistent with language in the proclamations the president issued to institute the tariffs, the Justice Department recently told the U.S. Court of International Trade in asking for a challenge to the process to be dismissed.


(Daily News)
July 14, 2020

President Trump’s 2018 decision to expand national security-based tariffs on Turkish steel imports was “arbitrary and irrational,” the Court of International Trade ruled on Tuesday, marking the first time the administration’s Section 232 tariffs have been restricted by a federal court.


(Daily News)
May 19, 2020

The U.S. Court of International Trade’s shift to virtual proceedings amid the pandemic has not impacted its ability to successfully move forward with litigation, Judge Gary Katzmann told Inside U.S. Trade this week, though attorneys involved in CIT cases say some important aspects have been lost in the transition.


(In Trade)
May 18, 2020

Thyssenkrupp Materials NA says Commerce grants product exclusions in an unconstitutional and arbitrarily capricious manner.


(Daily News)
April 24, 2020

The Commerce Department is granting exclusions to steel and aluminum tariffs in an unconstitutional and arbitrarily capricious manner that has put a Michigan-based metal importer at a competitive disadvantage, the company argues in a new Section 232 challenge filed with the U.S. Court of International Trade.


(Daily News)
February 28, 2020

A three-judge panel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit this week rejected a challenge of the national security-based statute President Trump has utilized to impose restrictions on steel imports.


(Daily News)
November 19, 2019

The Court of International Trade last week denied a Trump administration motion to dismiss a challenge lodged by a U.S. importer of steel products over the president’s decision last August to ratchet up Section 232 tariffs on steel from Turkey.


(Daily News)
October 24, 2019

Senators from three Rust Belt states are urging the Trump administration to push fellow members of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity to extend its mandate, which is set to expire in December unless renewed by consensus.


(Daily News)
October 07, 2019

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is poised to move on a case involving a Section 232 challenge initiated by the American Institute for International Steel after receiving responses from the group and the Trump administration.


(Daily News)
September 03, 2019

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to initiate a fact-finding investigation into sanitary and phytosanitary barriers to U.S. agriculture exports.


(Daily News)
August 16, 2019

The American Institute for International Steel last week brought its Section 232 case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit after the Supreme Court in June declined to hear its argument challenging the constitutionality of the statute used to employ national security-based steel tariffs.


(Daily News)
June 24, 2019

The Supreme Court this week declined to hear a case challenging the constitutionality of the Section 232 statute, sending the challenge to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.


(Daily News)
May 29, 2019

The Supreme Court should heed precedent and not consider an international steel group’s constitutional challenge of the national security-based statute President Trump has used to employ tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, the Justice Department argued this week.


(Daily News)
May 20, 2019

The National Foreign Trade Council has thrown its support behind the international steel group seeking to challenge the constitutionality of the Section 232 statute at the Supreme Court.


(Daily News)
April 08, 2019

Attorneys representing the Trump administration last week argued that President Trump's decision to double a tariff on Turkish steel imports was legal, saying in a push to dismiss a challenge to his authority that he did not have to obtain a new report from the Commerce Department beforehand.


(Daily News)
April 08, 2019

Attorneys representing the Trump administration last week argued that President Trump's decision to double a tariff on Turkish steel imports was legal, saying in a push to dismiss a challenge to his authority that he did not have to obtain a new report from the Commerce Department beforehand.


(Daily News)
March 25, 2019

The Court of International Trade on Monday ruled that President Trump's imposition of steel tariffs based on national security was constitutional, though one of the three judges filed a separate opinion outlining “grave” concerns.


(Daily News)
February 08, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission, in a new report on large diameter pipe imports from China and India, draws a stark connection to Section 232 steel restrictions, stating the national security-based duties have raised domestic costs and will do little to mitigate the flow of imports from foreign countries.


(In Trade)
January 16, 2019

The “Automotive Jobs Act,” announced last July, would direct the ITC to “conduct a comprehensive study of the well-being, health, and vitality of the United States automotive industry before tariffs could be applied.”


(Daily News)
December 21, 2018

A three-judge panel this week questioned the level of discretion afforded to the executive branch in Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, the constitutionality of which is being challenged by an international steel group that is taking aim at steel tariffs imposed by the Trump administration earlier this year.


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