Posts Tagged ‘ U.S. Court of International Trade ’

Fraserview at Odds with US Customs and Border Protection

Mar 22nd, 2023

Fraserview Remanufacturing, a Canadian exporter of softwood lumber, accuses U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of erroneously identifying certain entries by the company as “deemed liquidated,” even though liquidation was suspended per instruction from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Fraserview now seeks an order from the U.S. Court of International Trade that would correct that […]

Jurisdiction Comes Into Play in Dismissal of J.D. Irving Suit

Feb 8th, 2023

The U.S. Court of International Trade has concluded that it lacks subject matter jurisdiction over a lawsuit brought by Canadian lumber company J.D. Irving Limited with respect to a tariff increase. While the court may have been able to preside over the case, a requested panel review per the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement shifted its jurisdiction. […]

US Court of International Trade Remands Determination from US Department of Commerce

Nov 28th, 2022

A recent ruling from the U.S. Court of International Trade could see the U.S. Department of Commerce offer additional explanation for why it denied a request for a changed circumstances review from Canada’s GreenFirst Forest Products with respect to countervailing duties. After initially denying the request for a changed circumstances review in 2021, the department […]

US Department of Commerce to Make Third Attempt on Aluminum Extrusion Orders from China

Aug 23rd, 2022

The U.S. Court of International Trade has rejected the U.S. Department of Commerce’s attempt to issue a new scope ruling with respect to anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders on aluminum extrusions from China. Commerce now has 30 days to submit its third attempt at a remand determination. Plaintiff Worldwide Door Components, Inc. originally contested Commerce’s […]

U.S. Requests Dismissal in Canadian Lumber Duty Case

Mar 10th, 2022

On Friday, March 4, the U.S. government filed a Motion to Dismiss the case against it, brought by Canadian lumber producer and exporter J. D. Irving at the end of December. The case, in front of Timothy M. Reif, is before the U.S. Court of International Trade and was brought by the Canadian company contesting […]

Court Sends Anti-Dumping Decision Over Thresholds Back to Commerce

Sep 3rd, 2020

Note: The following article was updated on September 8, 2020, after [DWM] received additional info pertaining to the court’s decision, including a separate memo regarding Columbia Aluminum Products LLC. The U.S. Court of International Trade sided with Columbia Aluminum Products LLC (Columbia) and Worldwide Door Components Inc. (Worldwide) recently in two separate decisions, demanding that the […]

CIT Dismisses Duties Case in Favor of Canadian Lumber Companies

Sep 3rd, 2019

The U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) has partially dismissed a complaint from several United-States-based companies about a ruling that releases five Canadian lumber companies from paying duties. The CIT filed an order on August 21 partially granting a dismissal request from the government of Canada among others as defendant-intervenors. The request claimed in part, […]