Attys Square Off Over Proposed Duty Enforcement Revamp

Law360 (September 15, 2020, 5:53 PM EDT) -- Trade remedy attorneys have begun sounding off on a proposal to overhaul the nation's duty enforcement rules, with respondents' counsel calling for much of the proposal to be scrapped and petitioners' attorneys urging the government to forge ahead.

Comments published this week reveal a range of views on the U.S. Department of Commerce proposal issued last month, which would impose a slew of changes to the way the government polices anti-dumping and countervailing duties. Much of the proposal outlines changes to tighten Commerce's scope, circumvention and new shipper proceedings.

By and large, the most forceful comments came from attorneys representing foreign...

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