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CIT Grants Stay in Section 232 'Derivatives' Challenge Due to DOJ's Likelihood of Success on Appeal

The Court of International Trade granted the Department of Justice's motion to stay a case challenging the expansion of Section 232 duties on steel and aluminum “derivatives,” in an Oct. 14 order, due in part to the defendant's likelihood of…Subscribe to Read >>

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Alaska Seafood Companies Granted Renewed Bid for Injunction Against Jones Act Penalties

The U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska granted two Alaska shipping companies' renewed bid for an injunction against CBP penalties for seafood shipments found in violation of the Jones Act, in an Oct. 10 order. After previously ruling…Read More >>

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