The U.S. International Trade Commission has narrowed an order of exclusion in a final determination against Mems Technology Berhad, which allegedly infringed microtechnology patents held by Knowles Electronics LLC.
C&M International Ltd., the consulting firm affiliated with Crowell & Moring LLP, has picked up one of the nation's leaders in trade policy, U.S. Ambassador to the World Trade Organization and Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Peter Allgeier.
Ten new companies — including Pacific Sunwear of California Inc., Tommy Hilfiger USA Inc. and Marshalls of MA Inc. — have sued the U.S. over clothing import duties, saying the government violated the Fifth Amendment when it charged disparate duties on products targeted to different genders and age groups.
Members of the East African Community trade bloc reportedly plan to adjust their commercial laws in several areas, including banking and insurance, in an effort to increase transparency and raise investors' confidence in cross-border transactions.
The U.S. Department of Commerce cannot use staff problems as an excuse to shirk work, the U.S. Court of International Trade has ruled in a case over Chinese honey dumping duties.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has rescinded a cease-and-desist order it issued against Motorola Inc., in a case Tessera Inc. brought against companies including Spansion Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. over two semiconductor chip patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided that imports of kitchen shelving and racks made by Chinese companies that allegedly received electricity subsidies from the Chinese government either harm or threaten domestic producers.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has lopped $9.4 million off a fine to China's NineStar Technology Co. Ltd., overruling an administrative law judge's recommended penalty in an ink cartridge patent investigation brought at the request of Seiko Epson Corp.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to pursue its investigation into imports of Chinese-made electric blankets, finding that China is likely dumping the blankets in U.S. markets.
The federal government is now barred from assessing lowered anti-dumping duties on frozen warmwater shrimp from India, after a federal judge granted an injunction requested by domestic shrimp processors who sued the U.S. for decreasing the duties.
Ford Motor Co. has asked the U.S. Court of International Trade to force the U.S. to refund import duties on Jaguar automobiles, saying time has run out for the federal government to finalize the duties and that similar refunds were granted to other car importers.
The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body has affirmed that the U.S. violated international trade rules through its controversial method of calculating anti-dumping duties known as zeroing.
Schratter Foods Inc., a U.S. importer of Roquefort cheese and French mini toast, has filed suit against the U.S. government, asserting that retaliatory duties imposed on those products in the wake of a European ban on hormone-injected beef should no longer apply because of a U.S. Court of International Trade ruling in a separate case.
The United States and domestic steel pipe manufacturers have asked the U.S. Court of International Trade to toss a countervailing-duty complaint filed by a Chinese welded pipe exporter, which claims the U.S. inaccurately assessed levels of Chinese state control over business when setting import penalties.
Los Angeles-based TGH International Trading Inc. has agreed to pay a $31,500 civil fine to settle claims that it imported toys with small parts that could choke children, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced.
In response to petitions Resco Products Inc. filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission, Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., has urged the ITC to find that dumped and subsidized imports of magnesia carbon bricks from China and Mexico are hurting the U.S. refractories industry.
The U.S. International Trade Commission is seeking input on two recently initiated investigations concerning proposed modifications of rules of origin for textile and apparel that would apply the tariff provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
A consortium of domestic shrimp processors that sued the U.S. for lowering anti-dumping duties on frozen warmwater shrimp from India is now asking a federal judge to stop the government from collecting the lowered duties until the case is resolved.
FMC Technologies Inc. has agreed to a $610,000 civil penalty to settle allegations brought by the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security that the oil and gas industry specialty supplier exported unlicensed parts overseas.
The judge overseeing Spansion Inc.'s Chapter 11 proceedings has denied Tessera Inc.'s bid to compel the flash memory company to turn over information relating to its alleged infringement of Tessera patents, which Tessera said might be continuing in spite of orders from the U.S. International Trade Commission.