Humanscale Corp. has asked to withdraw two patent claims from its complaint accusing CompX International Inc. and subsidiary CompX Waterloo of importing and distributing keyboard support systems that infringe its patent.
A Virginia man has pled guilty to conspiring to bribe Panamanian government officials to secure a no-bid contract to maintain buoys and lighthouses along the Central American nation's waterways.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has issued an opinion disposing of a suit filed by Papierfabrik August Koehler AG over anti-dumping duties imposed on German thermal paper while rejecting its bid for judgment on the record of the U.S. International Trade Commission.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has found that U.S. industry is harmed by imports of commodity matchbooks from India, clearing the way for countervailing and anti-dumping duties on the matchbooks.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has rescinded its review of an order that found India-based Jindal Poly Films Ltd. received countervailable subsidies for the production and export of plastic film products.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has given a group of 33 U.S. shrimp processors the go-ahead to intervene as a plaintiff in a suit over anti-dumping duties on frozen warmwater shrimp from China, just weeks after it won approval to join a fight over Thai shrimp duties.
Roche Vitamins Inc. has moved for summary judgment in its efforts to reclassify under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule a stabilized beta-carotene diet supplement that U.S. Customs and Border Protection categorized under the food product catch-all “other” subheading, which carries a high duty rate.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has tossed out the bulk of Asahi Seiko Co. Ltd.'s claims against the U.S. Department of Commerce, which allegedly erred by failing to individually assess the ball bearing manufacturer in an anti-dumping review.
Shenzhen Chitron Electronics Co. Ltd., a Chinese corporation accused of conspiring to illegally export radar components and other military items to China, has lost its bid to have its case dismissed.
Winston & Strawn LLP has opened offices in Beijing and Shanghai, expanding its international trade and cross-border corporate practices.
Sidergas SpA of Italy has fired back in Lincoln Electric Co.'s suit over welding wire equipment patents, rebuking allegations of infringement and saying Lincoln committed fraud in its patent applications.
Weeks before the U.S.'s general trade preferences program is set to expire, American politicians and trade officials discussed at a House subcommittee meeting on Tuesday how to reform the initiative, which is designed to spark development and growth in impoverished countries through trade.
Following the U.S. International Trade Commission's decision to partially review an initial determination that several technology companies did not infringe three Tessera semiconductor chip packaging patents, interested third party PowerASE Technology Inc. has asked the commission to refrain from issuing a general exclusion order for all infringing products.
Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc., the carmaker's U.S. sales and service arm, has asked the U.S. Court of International Trade to find that the federal government was wrong to deny it drawback duties on three years of car parts exported to Canada.
Pioneer Corp. has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate portable GPS products imported by Honeywell International Inc. and Garmin Corp. that allegedly infringe three patents covering navigation technology.
Acoustic component maker Knowles Electronics LLC has accused semiconductor company Analog Devices Inc. of importing microphones used in Apple Inc.'s iPod Nano that infringe two Knowles patents, in the latest legal skirmish between the companies.
Multinational chemical company Cognis Corp. has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission not to add fatty alcohols to the Generalized System of Preferences, opposing a petition by Brazilian rival Oxiteno SA.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to continue an investigation into the alleged dumping of seamless refined copper pipe and tube from China and Mexico, finding that there is a reasonable indication U.S. copper makers have been or could be injured by unfairly cheap imports.
Spansion Inc. has recommended that the U.S. International Trade Commission dismiss an investigation brought by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. into flash memory devices in light of a bankruptcy judge's order staying the case.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has adopted an administrative law judge's determination that probe card assemblies and flash memory chips made by Phicom Corp. don't infringe any valid FormFactor Inc. patents.