Bankrupt flash memory provider Spansion Inc. has fired back at Apple Inc., saying it is attempting to sidestep a bankruptcy court's order and add the affirmative defense of express license against Spansion's patent infringement complaint before the U.S. International Trade Commission.
The U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has said ArcelorMittal's steel plate in coils from Belgium will be subject to a revised anti-dumping duty, following the company's challenge to the preliminary results of a recent review.
A top Japanese official has reportedly vowed to increase efforts to reach a free-trade agreement with the European Union in the wake of the EU's recent agreement with South Korea.
The European Union is poised to remove Sri Lanka from a preferential trading regime that spared Sri Lankan exporters over $100 million in tariffs in 2008, after discovering massive abuses of human rights in the country since the end of its long, bloody civil war earlier this year.
America's export control system, created during the Cold War, has long been in need of a major overhaul, according to lawyers, many of whom are optimistic that those changes may finally be made now that the Obama administration has placed reform high on its agenda.
One of the most challenging problems in international trade law today is that many clients must operate in a manner that serves the seemingly inconsistent regulations of several countries, says Stanley U. North III, a partner in LeClairRyan's corporate group who specializes in international trade.
Lifting anti-dumping duty orders on plastic bags imported from China, Malaysia and Thailand would lead to a recurrence of dumping, the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has concluded.
The U.S. has inked a trade and investment framework agreement with the island nation of the Maldives, a move that will provide the nations with a forum to discuss ways to promote bilateral trade and investment.
A U.S. International Trade Commission staff recommendation has said chip maker Nvidia Corp. and 16 other respondents infringe patents held by Rambus Inc. for memory controllers related to graphics processors.
A free trade deal between the European Union and South Korea — designed to eliminate more than $2.3 billion in tariffs, as well as other barriers between the $97 billion trading partners — adds economic and political pressure on the United States to implement its own pact with the Asian powerhouse, experts say.
In a consolidated challenge of anti-dumping duties on steel pipes from Thailand, the U.S. Court of International Trade has rejected domestic steel pipe producers' objections to the way that export price increases were calculated and told regulators to revise the hike to reflect actual duty drawback costs.
Given the recent boom in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions, businesses should put safeguards in place to avoid getting ensnared in a potentially costly investigation. Experts in the field shared with Law360 tips for creating and implementing an FCPA program, stressing the need for in-person training and user-friendly guidelines.
A federal judge has denied MTZ Polyfilm Ltd.'s bid to overturn several decisions made by the U.S. Department of Commerce during its administrative review of countervailing duties imposed on polyethylene film imported from India.
Russia has reportedly backed away from joining the World Trade Organization as a customs union, but still plans to work closely with two former Soviet republics in its continuing negotiations for WTO membership.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has revealed plans to investigate whether to impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of certain sodium and potassium phosphate salts from China.
Equity joint ventures are incredibly complex, whether they are in the U.S. with a foreign party or abroad with a U.S. party. Unwinding a JV dealing with a co-security owner is the major downside to common ownership of equity in a JV, says Harvey Jay Cohen, chairman of the international practice group at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.
Having already sued the U.S. Department of Commerce over lowered anti-dumping duties on frozen warmwater shrimp imported from China and India, a group of U.S. producers has launched two suits disputing the calculation of duties on shrimp from Vietnam and Ecuador.
In their first set of trade talks since President Barack Obama took office, U.S. and Australian trade officials say they hope to build on a trade agreement that generated $55 billion in two-way trade in goods and services in 2008.
The U.S. Department of Commerce will initiate anti-dumping and countervailing duties investigations on Chinese and Indonesian coated paper imports in response to petitions from several companies and unions, the International Trade Administration has announced.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has dismissed as premature a suit by foreign manufacturers of diamond sawblades challenging an anti-dumping duty determination that has yet to be published.