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Court of International Trade

(In Trade)
June 15, 2021

Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg lawyer David Cohen encouraged importers to join the lawsuits seeking duty refunds.


(Daily News)
June 02, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade should dismiss thousands of complaints against tariffs on goods from China because they were lawfully imposed and can’t be subjected to judicial review, the Biden administration said in a court filing this week.


(Daily News)
April 26, 2021

In a motion they say “should not have been necessary,” importers suing the Biden administration over the imposition of billions of dollars' worth of tariffs on Chinese goods asked the Court of International Trade last Friday to ensure that, if their litigation is successful, they can receive full refunds of unliquidated imports subject to duty payments.


(Daily News)
April 06, 2021

A Trump-era rule allowing the Commerce Department to treat currency undervaluation as a subsidy in countervailing duty proceedings leaves the U.S. open to a deluge of petitions -- potentially against some U.S. allies -- staked on weak claims, a lawyer who represents foreign governments in CVD proceedings tells Inside U.S. Trade./node/170365


(Daily News)
April 05, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade on Monday declared that by expanding Section 232 tariffs to steel and aluminum derivates last January, the Trump administration exceeded its authority under the law, according to a court filing.


(Daily News)
March 15, 2021

The Biden administration late last week filed a “master answer” to the thousands of lawsuits that have been filed at the U.S. Court of International Trade against Section 301 tariffs on China, arguing that then-President Trump was within his rights to impose the duties.


(Daily News)
March 12, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade this week dismissed a challenge to the Commerce Department’s Section 232 exclusion process, saying the national security-based statute provides the administration with broad discretion.


(In Trade)
March 11, 2021

“We’re still at the very beginning stages of this in terms of just organizing the case management,” Choe-Groves said.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2021

Efforts to adapt trade investigation procedures to a virtual work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic revealed opportunities to reduce costs, broaden witness participation and increase public access to hearings, according to officials who say some changes could lead to permanent improvements.


(Daily News)
February 11, 2021

The administration has until next month to provide a comprehensive response to thousands of lawsuits filed against Section 301 tariffs on goods from China, the U.S. Court of International Trade said on Wednesday.


(In Trade)
February 08, 2021

More than 3,500 lawsuits have been filed at the Court of International Trade.


(Daily News)
February 05, 2021

The U.S. Court of International Trade this week upheld the legality of President Trump’s imposition of national security-based tariffs on steel imports, which could draw an appeal from the U.S. importers that lodged the challenge.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

The former USTR general counsel and acting deputy for China affairs was nominated twice by President Trump.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2020

Barloon succeeded Stephen Vaughn as general counsel last May.


(Daily News)
October 14, 2020

The Trump administration’s decision to expand a safeguard tariff on imports of solar products, as well as its reversal of an exclusion for bifacial solar panels, may be illegal, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association, which says it will consider all options to “reverse” the moves.


(Daily News)
September 24, 2020

In a last-ditch effort to reverse the Trump administration’s tariffs on goods from China, thousands of importers have filed lawsuits at the Court of International Trade hoping for refunds, though some lawyers familiar with the litigation are skeptical it will succeed.  


(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.


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