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U.S. Court of International Trade: Slip opinions for May 14 – May 18

May 18, 2012 | No. 2012-152


The U.S. Court of International Trade for the week May 14 - May 18 posted and / or released the following opinions and actions. For an electronic version of text of the slip opinions, click on the direct hyperlinks to the court’s website, as provided below:

  • Tianjin Magnesium Int'l Co. v. United States, Slip Op. 12-63 (CIT May 16, 2012): Concerning an administrative review of an antidumping order on pure magnesium from China, the court found that Commerce’s decision not to apply the total adverse-facts available was not supported by substantial evidence and was not in accord with the law. The case was remanded.
  • Corning Gilbert Inc. v. United States, Slip Op. 12-62 (CIT May 14, 2012): The court denied a request for entity to participate as amicus curiae in a case concerning a denial of coaxial cable connectors from entry into the United States, determined to violate a general exclusion order on unlicensed connectors covered by a U.S. patent No. 6,558,194,

The following opinion is confidential (public version to be posted when available):

  • US Magnesium LLC v. United States, Slip Op. 12-64 (CIT May 16, 2012)

 

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