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The International Trade Administration has found that one Mexican company did not dump steel rebar in the U.S. and another did so by only a slim margin, according to a review set to be published Wednesday in the Federal Register.
French courts often enforce much longer notice periods for terminating business relations than what is agreed upon contractually, but recent revisions to France's Commercial Code aim to limit the legal uncertainty around the enforcement of contractual provisions, say Sylvie Gallage-Alwis and Deborah Azarraf of Signature Litigation.
The Federal Circuit on Monday tossed a U.S. Court of International Trade lawsuit accusing the government of refusing to refund certain duties to a Canadian motor home manufacturer, finding that the trade court lacked jurisdiction to hear the case.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency handed Lockheed Martin a nearly $1.5 billion modification to a contract to provide Saudi Arabia with missile defense system support, after the U.S House of Representatives voted to block "emergency" arms sales to the country.
In Law360’s latest glimpse of the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body, the U.S. delegation makes a play to increase transparency in WTO legal proceedings, while disputes over solar panel tariffs and sugar subsidies lurch ahead.