The U.S. International Trade Commission has preliminarily determined that a U.S. industry exists for the hand-held wireless technology at issue in Saxon Innovations LLC’s Section 337 complaint against Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Palm Inc.
The International Trade Administration has found that Hynix Semiconductor Inc. received countervailable subsidies in the dynamic random access memory semiconductor market in 2007.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has effectively signed off on settlements between Cognex Corp. and respondents Yxlon International Inc. and Multitest Electronic Systems Inc., paving the way for the companies to resolve their infringement dispute over patents for machine vision software.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to extend its target date for completion of an investigation into whether variable-speed wind turbine parts imported by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. infringe two General Electric Co. patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to preserve anti-dumping duties levied on Chinese imports of tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol, a widely used chemical solvent, for another five years.
Looking to correct the economic imbalance between the U.S. and China, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have urged the U.S. Commerce Department to investigate China’s currency manipulation and potentially impose hefty tariffs on U.S. imports from its soaring trading partner.
The World Trade Organization has convened a dispute panel to hear Canada's challenge to U.S. regulations that require meat sold in large grocery stores to be labeled with its country of origin, the Canadian government announced Thursday.
Russia's leaders have insisted that the country intends to join the World Trade Organization soon, drawing to a close an accession process that has dragged on for 16 years. Making that happen will mean ironing out some persistent issues between Russia and its trading partners, experts said, but should benefit both sides in the long run.
Amid rising economic influence from China, the U.S. must more aggressively implement World Trade Organization remedies against the country's unfair or predatory trade activities, enact legislation to respond to currency manipulation, and closely monitor state-controlled investments in the U.S, according to a newly released report.
Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil ASA has agreed to pay $21 million to the U.S. government to settle charges stemming from a 2002 contract with Horton Investments Ltd. that was allegedly a cover to send bribes to Iran.
A federal judge has put the brakes on Ricoh Co. Ltd.’s infringement suit against office supply maker Oki Data Corp. over multifunction printer patents to await the outcome of a parallel proceeding in the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Ghana has reached an agreement with the European Union to make sure that the West African nation exports only legally harvested timber to Europe, as the EU continues to mull legislation aimed at cutting down on illegal timber imports.
Four Democrats in Congress gathered Wednesday to urge the Obama administration to abandon the Doha Development Round of trade negotiations and instead put more emphasis on environmental protections and labor rights.
Humanscale Corp. has asked to withdraw two patent claims from its complaint accusing CompX International Inc. and subsidiary CompX Waterloo of importing and distributing keyboard support systems that infringe its patent.
A Virginia man has pled guilty to conspiring to bribe Panamanian government officials to secure a no-bid contract to maintain buoys and lighthouses along the Central American nation's waterways.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has issued an opinion disposing of a suit filed by Papierfabrik August Koehler AG over anti-dumping duties imposed on German thermal paper while rejecting its bid for judgment on the record of the U.S. International Trade Commission.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has found that U.S. industry is harmed by imports of commodity matchbooks from India, clearing the way for countervailing and anti-dumping duties on the matchbooks.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has rescinded its review of an order that found India-based Jindal Poly Films Ltd. received countervailable subsidies for the production and export of plastic film products.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has given a group of 33 U.S. shrimp processors the go-ahead to intervene as a plaintiff in a suit over anti-dumping duties on frozen warmwater shrimp from China, just weeks after it won approval to join a fight over Thai shrimp duties.
Roche Vitamins Inc. has moved for summary judgment in its efforts to reclassify under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule a stabilized beta-carotene diet supplement that U.S. Customs and Border Protection categorized under the food product catch-all “other” subheading, which carries a high duty rate.