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Court of International Trade

(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.

(Daily News)
November 12, 2018

The Trump administration last week asked the Court of International Trade to dismiss a complaint filed by the American Institute for International Steel, which is questioning the constitutionality of the statute employed by the president to apply steep tariffs on steel imports.

(Daily News)
September 20, 2018

The U.S. Court of International Trade on Wednesday ruled in favor of granting the American Institute for International Steel’s request for a three-judge panel in a case in which the group claims the Section 232 statute used to impose tariffs on steel imports is unconstitutional.

(Daily News)
September 17, 2018

The administration last week told the Court of International Trade that President Trump's application of Section 232 restrictions on steel imports was in line with congressional intent behind the statute in a filing that cited Supreme Court rulings as justification for the national security-based actions.

(Daily News)
August 21, 2018

The American Institute for International Steel is citing President Trump's decision to double Section 232 tariffs on Turkish imports as another reason the statute should be modified.

(Daily News)
May 01, 2018

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has sided with the government in a long-running steel dispute, vacating U.S. Court of International Trade ruling and backing a mechanism Commerce should use when determining the country of origin of products subject to antidumping and countervailing duties.

(Daily News)
April 17, 2018

The U.S. Court of International Trade last week denied attempts by Nucor Corporation and Steel Dynamics, Inc., to join an investigation into the legality of President Trump's imposition of a global steel tariff on imports, arguing that allowing outside parties to step in could “unduly delay proceedings.”

(Daily News)
March 30, 2018

NEW YORK -- A senior judge at the Court of International Trade on Thursday questioned the reviewability of the claim brought by a Swiss steel exporter and its U.S. affiliate that President Trump’s public statements linking the Section 232 steel tariffs to trade negotiations and other issues proves that national security was not Trump’s chief justification for imposing the restrictions.

(Daily News)
March 29, 2018

NEW YORK -- The U.S. today argued that a quest by a steel exporter and its U.S. affiliate to obtain injunctive relief against the imposition of Section 232 steel tariffs does not serve the public interest, while the companies claimed the public would be best served by scrutinizing President Trump’s application of trade laws.

(Daily News)
March 26, 2018

Severstal Export GmbH, a Swiss exporter of steel, and its U.S. affiliate, Severstal Export Miami, are suing the Trump administration at the U.S. Court of International Trade for the “unlawful” imposition of tariffs and arguing the restrictions should not impact steel shipments already in transit.

(Daily News)
February 08, 2018

Three Canadian solar panel producers have filed a complaint in the Court of International Trade against the Trump administration over its imposition of Section 201 solar safeguard tariffs.