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Challenge to Application of ITAR Brokering Provisions Dismissed

Posted in Export Controls
The D.C. District Court has dismissed a challenge to the Department of State’s application of the International Traffic Arms Regulations’ (ITAR) brokering provisions to attorneys. Notably, the challenge was filed by international trade law firm Matthew A. Goldstein, PLLC on its own behalf, regarding the application of the brokering provisions to legal services provided to… Continue Reading

Single Transaction Bonds: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?

Posted in Appeals, Customs Law, Dumping and Subsidies
Two weeks ago, the U.S. Court of International Trade issued its first opinion regarding U.S. Customs & Border Protection’s relatively recent practice of requiring single transaction bonds of importers at the “all others” rate in effect for specific antidumping duty orders, where the agency believes that there is a significant risk that the importer is… Continue Reading

Victory for Domestic Industry on Single Transaction Bonds Issues

Posted in Appeals, Customs Law, Dumping and Subsidies, Trade Remedies
A closely watched case at the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) has resulted in a big victory for U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) and for U.S. companies that avail themselves of the U.S. trade remedies laws. The case involved a challenge to CBP’s authority to require single transaction bonds (STBs) for goods subject… 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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