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(Daily News)
March 10, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission wants additional public comment on Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord’s decision to dismiss U.S. Steel’s antitrust claim against Chinese manufacturers, the ITC said in a notice last week. The action pushes back an oral argument from next week to April 20.


(Daily News)
March 09, 2017

The Aluminum Association has filed petitions to the Commerce Department and U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that imports of aluminum foil from China have been illegally dumped into U.S. markets and are benefiting from subsidies provided by the Chinese government, according to a March 9 statement by the U.S.-based trade association.


(Daily News)
February 27, 2017

The U.S International Trade Commission has decided to review -- and consequently reverse -- a U.S. Steel false designation of origin claim that was previously dismissed by Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord due to the company’s alleged failure to provide “direct evidence” of trans-shipment instances, sending the claim back to Lord for “further proceedings.”


(Daily News)
February 27, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission decided on Feb. 24 to conduct an oral argument as the commission reviews Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord's dismissal of U.S. Steel's antitrust claim against Chinese manufacturers, which the U.S. company appealed on the grounds that demonstrating antitrust injury should not be required in any section 337 investigation.


(Daily News)
February 22, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission, as part of an investigation of global aluminum production and overcapacity issues, has received a slew of comments from interested parties slamming China for practices that allegedly have an adverse impact on U.S. and other producers.


(In Trade)
February 22, 2017

“We expect the report to connect the points that Chinese production has grown precipitously,” said Charles Johnson of the Aluminum Association.


(Daily News)
February 17, 2017

A coalition of CEOs from U.S. industries particularly sensitive to foreign dumping is calling for increased enforcement of trade laws in order to restore the U.S. economy, and want Congress to make both statutory and practice changes to trade enforcement law.


(Daily News)
February 15, 2017

U.S. Steel has filed a motion to withdraw its section 337 trade secrets claim against Chinese manufacturer Baosteel in a broader case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, with the U.S. steelmaker suggesting that “corporate victim[s]” of state-sponsored cyber espionage face undue burdens in proving a case under current law.


(Text Document)
February 15, 2017

(Daily News)
February 15, 2017

U.S. Steel has dodged Chinese efforts to fully derail the company's false-designation-of-origin claim in an ongoing section 337 case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, where Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord has “narrowly” decided to deny Chinese respondents’ motion to impose sanctions on U.S. Steel.


(In Trade)
February 03, 2017

The U.S. imported more than $300 million worth in 2015.


(Daily News)
January 25, 2017

U.S. Steel is pushing to reverse Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord's order to terminate a false designation of origin claim in an ongoing section 337 case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, arguing in a petition for review that such an order sets a “new bar” for all future section 337 cases -- requiring direct proof of a specific importation of accused products.


(Daily News)
January 25, 2017

Trade policy observers say President Trump's Jan. 24 directive to create a plan requiring use of domestic materials in all new U.S. pipelines could be more effective than a batch of current anti-dumping cases in reducing foreign steel imports -- but warn that it could also raise prices for steel end-users in the United States.


(Daily News)
January 20, 2017

U.S. Steel Corp. -- appealing an administrative law judge's termination order on an antitrust claim in an ongoing case against Chinese companies -- argues that demonstrating antitrust injury should not be required in any section 337 investigation and that such a requirement violates congressional intent to give the U.S. International Trade Commission latitude to stop price-fixing conspiracies.


(In Trade)
January 19, 2017

Rep. Levin: “Jason Kearns is a smart, talented, principled trade lawyer with an incredible work ethic.”


(In Trade)
January 17, 2017

The Democrat succeeds Irving Williamson.


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