U.S. import authorities will not impose tariffs ranging up to 275 percent on plastic resin from five countries after the U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday found that the imports were not injuring or threatening to harm domestic producers.
Global commodity trader Noble Group Ltd. is asking a New York bankruptcy court to shield its U.S. assets while its plan to restructure $3.5 billion in debt works its way through English courts.
President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened to send the U.S. military to "close" the southern border if Mexico does not stop the so-called onslaught of immigrants, including a caravan with thousands of Honduran migrants that is reportedly heading north toward the country.
A government watchdog group sued the U.S. Department of Commerce in D.C. federal court Thursday, alleging the agency has ignored the group’s effort to learn more about the Trump administration’s controversial process for importers to earn relief from its steel and aluminum tariffs.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has preliminarily found that a Mexican exporter has been evading anti-dumping duties on steel wire imports by making minor adjustments to the diameter of its wire rods, according to a filing to be published Friday in the Federal Register.
Lawmakers should enable customs authorities and free ports — warehouses in tax- and duty-free zones — to share information more directly with tax authorities, a European Parliament analyst suggested Thursday.
A division of AXA Group said it has received provisional regulatory approval to move its European trading subsidiary from London to Dublin in a bid to minimize business disruption ahead of the U.K.’s impending departure from the European Union.
After an emotionally fraught confirmation process with sexual misconduct allegations front and center, a new justice joins the Supreme Court bench and brings four female clerks with him. The hires bring gender parity to the court's clerkship ranks for the first time, but will the shift be long-lasting?
After nearly two years in office, President Donald Trump has taken the first steps toward supplementing his enforcement-heavy trade agenda with sweeping new trade agreements by informing Congress that he will formally begin talks with the European Union, the United Kingdom and Japan.
Eversheds Sutherland has bolstered its international trade and energy practices with the addition of a former Baker Botts LLP partner, according to the firm.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury declined to name China as a currency manipulator in its semiannual report Wednesday amid growing trade tensions with Beijing, but nevertheless gave a stern warning about the overall weakness of the Chinese currency renminbi and the lack of transparency in its monetary system.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has opened an investigation into mobile phones and other devices sold and imported by Apple, HTC and ZTE after a patent licensing firm accused the companies of infringing on patents that cover technologies relating to the 3G and LTE wireless communications standards.
The U.S. House Armed Services Committee’s senior Democrat attacked President Donald Trump's reported proposal to use military bases to export coal from the West Coast to Asia, saying it would make an end run around environmental regulations and could threaten military readiness.
The U.S. Court of International Trade sided with U.S. Steel Corp. on Wednesday in the company's challenge of U.S. Department of Commerce anti-dumping duties rates, finding that the department didn't comply with a previous ruling when it declined to recalculate certain rates.
Wells Fargo & Co. has announced that it has applied for a license to operate as an investment firm in France as the lender pursues a strategy to support its European customers after the U.K. leaves the European Union.
Lawyers for a businessman accused of violating U.S. sanctions by helping an Iranian firm route the proceeds of a housing project in Venezuela through American banks told a New York federal judge Tuesday that they identified several problems with the prosecution's case, including possible breaches of marital privilege and attorney-client privilege.
Cozen O’Connor has scored an experienced patent litigator and former engineer from intellectual property boutique Oblon McClelland Maier & Neustadt LLP, bolstering the global law firm’s international IP practice, the firm said on Tuesday.
Three Senate Democrats have sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission urging it to fully enforce its “Made in the USA” labeling standards in the wake of recent agency decisions to settle with companies that allegedly marketed foreign-made goods as domestically produced.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has ordered the federal government to publish by mid-December a final rule clarifying amendments to duty drawback regulations, with the court finding that expedited issuance was needed to prevent further harm against importers.
China’s trade agency has slapped the U.S. and Japan with anti-dumping duties ranging from roughly 41 to 123 percent on imported hydriodic acid for the next five years, according to a press release Wednesday.
The inner workings of the Trump economics and trade team remain foggy, but the administration's trade strategy can be discerned from the public statements of the president and his advisers. Unpredictability, mercantilism, bilateralism and a willingness to accept collateral damage are among the most important patterns, says Charles Skuba of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
In the next installment of this series examining the dimensions of the Trump administration's trade agenda, Erica York of the Tax Foundation discusses how the economic harm caused by tariffs could slow or offset the economic and employment benefits of tax reform.
In an era when law firms are fighting for business and clients can dictate the terms of the relationship, "value" has become a moving target. Firms that take a proactive approach by using strategies designed to articulate value over time will gain the competitive advantage, says Dan Tacone at Intapp Inc.
Increasing tariffs, new scrutiny of foreign investments in U.S. companies, and export controls over “emerging and foundational” technology are part of a Trump administration strategy to advance national security objectives using economic tools. These measures are ushering in a new era of trade restrictions, say attorneys with Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
In this monthly series, Amanda Brady of Major Lindsey & Africa interviews management from top law firms about the increasingly competitive business environment. Here we feature Pier D'Angelo, chief pricing and practice officer at Allens.
In the first article of this special series on the Trump administration's trade policies, attorneys from Covington & Burling LLP explore how a notable increase in U.S. anti-dumping and countervailing duty enforcement actions is creating significant compliance challenges for foreign companies and U.S. importers.
While the long-awaited interagency assessment of the U.S. manufacturing and defense industrial base does not incorporate detailed policy solutions, it does identify current actions and potential future efforts and recommendations. Attorneys with Covington & Burling LLP draw some initial conclusions.
Are companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and Google stifling free speech on their platforms? If the answer top antitrust regulators arrive at is “yes,” then significant new risks could be coming for not only these tech behemoths, but any businesses that utilize their platforms — in the U.S. or abroad, say attorneys at Kobre & Kim LLP.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has announced a pilot program to review noncontrolling foreign investments in certain U.S. industries that were formerly outside the scope of its jurisdiction. This is a rapid assertion of CFIUS' new powers under the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act, say attorneys with Ropes & Gray LLP.
In the two years since the American Bar Association's controversial anti-discrimination and harassment rule, only one state has adopted it, while numerous state supreme courts, state attorneys general and legal groups have correctly rejected Model Rule 8.4(g) as a threat to lawyers' First Amendment rights, says Bradley Abramson, an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom.