The U.S. International Trade Commission has said the full commission will review a ruling from one of its judges that found Nanya Technology Corp. imported semiconductors that infringed several patents for dynamic random access memory patents held by Elpida Memory Inc.
Despite the European Union's assurances that trans-Atlantic free trade agreement negotiations will proceed as planned next week, several members of the bloc reiterated their demands Wednesday that talks must be suspended in light of recently outed U.S. surveillance practices.
A coalition of U.S. steel manufacturers urged the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate alleged dumping of steel products commonly used in the oil and gas industry by nine countries located in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
A New York federal judge on Wednesday revoked bail granted to a French businessman accused of obstructing a government investigation into whether BSG Resources Ltd. paid bribes to secure mining rights in Guinea, saying the man posed a flight risk.
The European Union said Tuesday that negotiations with the United States over a trans-Atlantic free trade agreement will commence next week as planned, despite its concerns over alleged spying by U.S. intelligence agencies on EU member states.
Apple Inc. lodged a lawsuit Tuesday against Customs and Border Protection that claimed the agency improperly classified 11 shipments of iPad covers, allegedly sticking the computer giant with higher tariff rates.
The Sixth Circuit ruled Tuesday that a U.S. military equipment maker couldn't sue the Democratic Republic of the Congo in federal court over an unpaid $14 million tab, rejecting the company's expanded interpretation of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate whether steel thread rod from India and Thailand, which is allegedly being subsidized by India's government and dumped on the U.S. market, has injured the American industry.
Chinese authorities are launching an antitrust investigation into possible price-fixing by Nestle SA and other foreign importers of baby formula, according to reports in Chinese state media on Tuesday.
A Hawaii federal judge on Monday finalized her decision to reject a proposed class action that was aimed at invalidating the Jones Act, a law designed to help the American shipping industry that the plaintiffs had claimed granted a de facto duopoly to a pair of U.S. shipping companies.
GlaxoSmithKline PLC employees have been detained by police in China investigating potential "economic crimes" in the wake of the company’s internal probe of allegations that its salespeople in China had bribed doctors to prescribe GSK drugs, according to news reports Monday.
China on Monday said it will investigate whether wine from the European Union is being dumped in the country at below market value, escalating a simmering trade dispute between the two economic powers.
A New York regulator is investigating reinsurers' preparedness for a new U.S. law that harshly punishes insurers of sanctioned businesses dealing with Iran, after learning recently that several European carriers issued policies that would likely run afoul of the rules, according to a letter Law360 obtained Monday.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and two business groups urged a Washington federal judge on Monday to nix the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's disclosure requirement for companies using "conflict minerals," claiming the rule imposes a "scarlet letter" on the companies without accomplishing its foreign policy goals.
A group of American lumber companies on Monday lost a bid to revive a lawsuit claiming U.S. trade negotiators unfairly cut them out of $500 million in proceeds from a cross-border dispute settlement agreement with Canada.
A survey of several banks operating in the U.K. found they generally do well at avoiding dealing with entities subject to trade sanctions, but must do more to counter risks related to money laundering and terrorist financing, a British banking watchdog said Monday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Saturday identified a Turkish company's pomegranate seeds as the most likely source of a hepatitis A outbreak that has sickened 127 people across the U.S., saying it will detain imports from the company.
A World Trade Organization dispute panel has refused to dismiss a U.S. challenge over India's restrictions on American poultry and eggs, rejecting the country's argument that the U.S. complaint was too vague.
An administrative law judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission issued an initial determination Friday saying Nokia Corp., Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and ZTE Corp. didn’t violate the Tariff Act of 1930 with respect to InterDigital’s patents protecting third-generation wireless devices.
Sony Corp. on Thursday reported it had sold about $12.8 million worth of video security cameras, computer components and video conferencing equipment to a Dubai-based dealer who then sold the items to the Iranian police and banks that are under U.S. sanctions.