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California’s Strict “Made in USA” Law Amended

Posted in Compliance, Litigation, Manufacturing
Earlier this month, California governor Jerry Brown signed into law amendments to California’s “Made in USA” labeling standard. California’s law had been among the strictest in the nation, prohibiting products sold in California from being labeled as U.S.-made if any components or materials originated outside of the United States. The California standard was much more… Continue Reading

Risks of Importing Goods Subject to Antidumping and Countervailing Duties

Posted in Appeals, Customs Law, Litigation, Trade Remedies
Two opinions released last week by the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) underscore the risks that importers face when bringing in goods subject to U.S. trade remedies laws. P.F. Stores, Inc. v. United States and Hutchison Quality Furniture, Inc. v. United States both involved importers of goods subject to the antidumping duty order on… Continue Reading
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