Apple Inc. on Monday urged a U.S. International Trade Commission administrative law judge to bar Nokia Corp. from seeking more discovery in a Section 337 suit over mobile device patents, saying the respondent is only trying to distract the court and delay the case.
A federal trade judge has turned down NSK Ltd.'s requests for preliminary injunctions in two lawsuits over the controversial practice of zeroing, saying the Japanese ball bearing maker is not likely to win its cases.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has ruled that a line of golf and recreational electric vehicles should count as American for the purposes of federal government procurement, even though they are made with some parts imported from China.
The federal government has launched a $1.1 million lawsuit against Canadian clothing exporter Specialty House Apparel Co., saying it illegally applied North American Free Trade Agreement exemptions to clothes that were actually made from Taiwanese fabric.
Calling Ford Motor Co.'s latest filing disingenuous, a federal judge has refused to reconsider his July dismissal of the automaker's $6 million suit seeking refunds for 10 shipments of Jaguar-brand cars imported into the U.S. in 2005 and 2006.
The U.S. International Trade Commission voted Friday to accept steep duties on seamless steel pipes imported from China and to extend anti-dumping duties on iron ore construction castings from China, Brazil and Canada.
About 80 percent of ocean-based cargo shipments are in compliance with new U.S. Customs and Border Protection regulations requiring importers to provide the government with more information before shipping cargo by sea, a new report has found.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury delayed a report on currency exchange rates Friday that could have illustrated whether China was working to increase the value of its currency, saying it would wait for high-level meetings that could help resolve the ongoing trade dispute.
China has managed to get a stranglehold on world steel production through its government's heavy intervention in domestic industry, something it swore off when it joined the World Trade Organization, a report released by the American Iron and Steel Institute charges.
The U.S. government launched an investigation Friday into allegations lodged by the United Steelworkers that China has used cutthroat trade practices to dominate the global green technology sector.
The investigative staff for the U.S. International Trade Commission has sided with Apple Inc. in its battle with a Taiwanese chip maker over a patent for touch-screen technology.
SiRF Technology Inc. has shot back at Broadcom Corp.'s claims that the wireless technology company's GPS devices infringe its patents, requesting sanctions in Broadcom's U.S. International Trade Commission action and launching a second patent infringement suit against Broadcom.
The judge presiding over Panasonic Corp.'s Section 337 infringement case against Motorola Inc. and other companies ordered Panasonic on Thursday to show good cause as to why allowing outside counsel from White & Case LLP to participate in an upcoming settlement conference would not violate a prior order.
Nixon Peabody LLP has bolstered its government investigation and white collar defense practice with the addition of former Seyfarth Shaw LLP partner Michael Zweiback, whose practice focuses on theft of trade secrets and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act work, among other areas.
The U.S. government has asked a federal court to toss the city of Fresno, Calif.'s $1 million suit alleging U.S. Customs and Border Protection double-billed for work at the Fresno-Yosemite International Airport, saying the city made its protests too late.
The U.S. government and a group of screw and bolt importers have moved to quash Nucor Corp.'s lawsuit against the U.S. International Trade Commission, disputing the company's claims that China's currency manipulation necessitates countervailing duties on the country's exported metal fasteners.
The U.S. ball bearing producer and importer NSK Corp. has said it is satisfied with recent changes to an anti-dumping order as they pertain to imports from the U.K., but it has asked a judge to remand the rest of the order to the U.S. International Trade Commission for further consideration.
A committee of domestic shrimp suppliers and a group of Thai shrimp exporters have lodged back-to-back suits challenging the results of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s latest review of shrimp imports from Thailand.
China needs to work on driving the value of the yuan up so that the U.S. can compete fairly, a high-ranking U.S. senator told China's Vice Premier Wang Qishan and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi at a meeting in Beijing.
The U.S. International Trade Administration has picked up a former U.S. diplomat to help head its foreign trade promotion arm.