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Court of International Trade

(Daily News)
September 23, 2009

On Sept. 18, Court of International Trade Senior Judge Kenton Musgrave denied a request by Gilda Industries Inc. that all the lawsuits filed on behalf of importers seeking refunds from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative of retaliatory duties paid over 20 months be handled together as one class action suit.


(Daily News)
September 21, 2009

In a ruling with substantial implications for the future of trade remedy law against China, the Court of International Trade (CIT) late last week curtailed the ability of the Commerce Department to simultaneously apply both antidumping (AD) duties and countervailing duties (CVD) against the same imported product from a non-market economy.


(Text Document)
September 21, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 11, 2009

The initial brief from the U.S. outlining its appeal of a U.S. Court of International Trade ruling on retaliatory duties over an EU beef ban is now due Oct. 9, one month after it was originally scheduled to be filed, according to lawyers involved in the case.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 04, 2009

The American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) is ramping up efforts to pass legislation that would expand the jurisdiction of the Court of International Trade (CIT), which is currently limited to hearing cases on import-related matters, to include challenges related to export controls and civil customs penalties.

(Daily News)
August 27, 2009

The American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) is ramping up efforts to pass legislation that would expand the jurisdiction of the Court of International Trade (CIT), which is currently limited to hearing cases on import-related matters, to include challenges related to export controls and civil customs penalties.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 21, 2009

A U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) ruling that Gilda Industries, Inc. is entitled to a refund of nearly 20 months of retaliatory duties that the U.S. had imposed on products from the European Union has unleashed a flood of new lawsuits making similar allegations and seeking similar refunds. Roughly 40 lawsuits have been filed in the last two months, sources this week said.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 07, 2009

In a precedent-setting decision, the U.S. Court of International Trade late last month ruled that a decision by the president to modify the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) cannot be challenged in court, even if that decision were based on an allegedly faulty recommendation by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).

(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 07, 2009

The Court of International Trade late last month rejected all three claims from the U.S. Steel corporation and other interested domestic parties that the Commerce Department had inappropriately eliminated antidumping (AD) duties it had previously imposed on hot-rolled carbon steel flat products from the Netherlands.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
July 03, 2009

The U.S. Court of International Trade has ruled that the retaliatory duties imposed by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative for the European Union's ban on U.S. beef treated with artificial growth hormones expired in July 2007, because USTR failed to apply a larger law governing modifications and terminations of customs duties.

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