McKool Smith PC has added a former senior investigative attorney with the U.S. International Trade Commission to its international trade litigation practice in Washington and New York, the firm announced Thursday.
The U.S. International Trade Commission voted Monday to begin an investigation of drinking glasses imported from China after the parent company of Samuel Adams accused the products of infringing two patents.
U.S. trade officials announced Monday they were working with China to make sure the country eased restrictions on copyrighted media imported from America after the country missed a Saturday deadline to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling.
Microsoft Corp. broadened its patent offensive against Google Inc.’s Android software Monday, lobbing infringement actions in both a Washington federal court and the U.S. International Trade Commission targeting Barnes & Noble Inc.’s Android-based e-readers and tablets.
The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday proposed eliminating a regulatory provision that allows duty orders to be revoked with respect to individual exporters or producers who have demonstrated an absence of anti-dumping and countervailing activities for a certain period of time.
Google Inc. said Sunday that China was hampering its citizens' ability to access Gmail, a move the search engine and technology giant suggested might run afoul of World Trade Organization rules.
The Federal Circuit on Monday revived Ford Motor Co.'s lawsuit to recoup import duties on car parts from Canada that the automaker asserted it should not have had to pay under the North American Free Trade Agreement.
An Alabama company has paid $4.95 million for the assets of bankrupt gun maker Sabre Defence Industries LLC, whose owner has been indicted on arms smuggling charges, according to a bankruptcy order filed Wednesday in Tennessee.
A Michigan federal judge on Friday ordered the former spokesman of an Islamic charity to serve one year in prison for illegally attempting to purchase oil from the Iraqi government on the eve of the Iraq War.
The U.S. Department of Commerce said Friday it was investigating whether U.K. Carbon and Graphite Co. Ltd. has imported small-diameter graphite electrodes that circumvent anti-dumping duties on such products from China.
Chinese manufacturer Fuwei Films Co. sued the U.S. Department of Commerce on Thursday over anti-dumping duties applied to its plastics.
The U.S. Department of Commerce rescinded a review of an anti-dumping duty order on tin mill products from several Japanese manufacturers after U.S. Steel Corp. withdrew its request for the analysis, according to a notice published Friday in the Federal Register.
The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday rescinded part of an anti-dumping duty review on off-road tire imports from a slew Chinese companies, citing a withdrawal of review requests from Bridgestone Americas Inc. and several exporters.
The U.S. Department of Commerce said Friday that it has determined Chinese producers of laminated woven sacks have sold their products for less than fair value and are subject to anti-dumping duties.
IBM Corp. agreed Friday to fork over $10 million to settle allegations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that its affiliates made improper payments to government officials in South Korea and China.
A Maryland restaurant supplies importer was arrested Wednesday over allegations of failing to pay anti-dumping duties on imports of plastic grocery and shopping bags from China.
A European Union trade regulator on Wednesday imposed preliminary anti-dumping duties of up to 73 percent on ceramic tiles imported from China.
The U.S. International Trade Commission declined to review an administrative judge's decision to close an investigation into semiconductor chips when Panasonic Corp. of Japan, whose patent infringement complaint sparked the probe, settled with Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
The European Union and Canada signed a memorandum of understanding Thursday that will provide a temporary solution to their long-running dispute over hormone-treated beef, which is banned in Europe.
Vietnamese frozen fish exporters convinced the U.S. Department of Commerce to change the surrogate country used in the administrative review of an anti-dumping order, leading to significantly lower proposed duties in preliminary results, according to a decision released Tuesday.