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  1. Ceramica Regiomontana, SA v. United States (1986)

    Plaintiffs, Ceramica Regiomontana (Ceramica) and Industrias Intercontinental (Industrias), contest the final results of an administrative review by the International Trade Administration (ITA) of the Commerce Department of a countervailing duty order for ceramic tile from Mexico. 49 Fed.Reg. 9,919 (1984). The administrative review was conducted pursuant to section 751 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, 19 U.S.C. ยง 1675 (1982). Plaintiffs are joined in their motion by plaintiff-intervenor [...]

    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 84-3-00387
  2. Ferro Union, Inc. v. United States (1999)

    David W. Ogden, Acting Assistant Attorney General, David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice (A. David Lafer, Michele D. Lynch), Karen Bland, International Office of Chief Counsel for Import Administration, United States Department of Commerce, of counsel, Washington, DC, for defendant.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 97-11-01973
  3. Dorbest Ltd. v. United States (2006)

    Peter D. Keisler, Assistant Attorney General; David M. Cohen, Director, Patricia M. McCarthy, Assistant Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice (Brian A. Mizoguchi, Michael D. Panzera); Rachel Wenthold and Carrie L. Owens, Attorneys, Of Counsel, Office of Chief Counsel for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, for the United States Department of Commerce.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Consol. 05-00003
  4. Tianjin MacHinery Import & Export Corp. v. United States (1992)

    Stuart M. Gerson, Asst. Atty. Gen., David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Div., U.S. Dept. of Justice, Marc E. Montalbine, Joan L. Mackenzie, of counsel, Atty. Advisor, Office of Chief Counsel for Import Admin., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington, D.C., for defendants.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Court No. 91-03-00223
  5. American Spring Wire Corp. v. United States (1984)

    Plaintiffs in this consolidated action represent the domestic prestressed concrete steel wire strand (PC strand) industry.[1] By motion for judgment upon the agency record, they challenge as unsupported by substantial evidence and otherwise not in accordance with the law four final negative injury determinations by the United States International Trade Commission (ITC or Commission) involving imports of PC strand from Spain, France, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. See USITC Pubs. 1281 (Aug. [...]

    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 82-10-01355, 83-1-00101, 83-3-00371 and 83-3-00455
  6. Borden, Inc. v. United States (1998)

    Collier, Shannon, Rill & Scott, PLLC (Paul C. Rosenthal, Kathleen W. Cannon, David C. Smith, Jr., and John B. Brew), Washington, DC, for Borden, Inc., Gooch Foods, Inc., and Hershey Foods Corp.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip Op. 98-36. Court No. 96-08-01970
  7. Olympia Indus., Inc. v. United States (1998)

    Frank W. Hunger, Assistant Attorney General, David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice (Lesleyanne Koch Kessler), Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, United States Department of Commerce (Karen L. Bland), of counsel, Washington, DC, for Defendant.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip Op. 98-49. Court No. 95-10-01339
  8. Mannesmannrohren-Werke AG v. United States (1999)

    David Ogden, Acting Assistant Attorney General; David M. Cohen, Director; U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Commercial Litigation Branch, (Velta A. Melnbrencis); Brian Peck, Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC, for Defendant, of counsel.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip Op. 99-118. Court No. 98-04-00886
  9. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. v. United States (1998)

    Steptoe & Johnson, Washington, DC (Anthony J. LaRocca, Carol A. Mitchell, Eric C. Emerson, Duncan B. Hollis and Richard O. Cunningham); Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Washington, DC (Daniel J. Plaine) Attorneys for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.; Perkins Coie LLP, Washington, DC (Yoshihiro Saito and Mark T. Wasden), for Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho, Ltd., for Plaintiffs.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip Op. 98-82. Court No. 96-10-02292
  10. Citrosuco Paulista, SA v. United States (1988)

    Richard K. Willard, Asst. Atty. Gen., David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Div., U.S. Dept. of Justice, (Elizabeth C. Seastrum), and Anne W. White, Attorney-Advisor for the International Trade Administration, both for the U.S. Dept. of Commerce; and Lyn M. Schlitt, Gen. Counsel, James A. Toupin, Asst. Gen. Counsel, (Laurie B. Horvitz and Kristian Anderson), for U.S. Intern. Trade Comm'n, Washington, D.C.,


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Court No. 87-06-00703
  11. NTN Bearing Corp. of America v. United States (2000)

    David W. Ogden, Acting Assistant Attorney General; David M. Cohen, Director, Velta A. Melnbrencis, Assistant Director Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice; Stacy J. Ettinger, Thomas H. Fine, Patrick V. Gallagher, Myles S. Getlan, Rina Goldenberg and David R. Mason, Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, United States Department of Commerce, for defendant, of counsel.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip Op. 00-64, No. 97-10-01801
  12. Coal. for Pres. of Amer Brake Drum & Rotor v. United States (1999)

    David Ogden, Assistant Attorney General, Washington, DC; David M. Cohen, Director, Lucius Lau, Attorney, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC, and Linda S. Chang, Attorney of Counsel, Office of the Chief Counsel, for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Consol. 97-05-00874
  13. Phone-Mate, Inc. v. United States (1988)

    John R. Bolton, Asst. Atty. Gen., Washington, D.C., Joseph I. Liebman, Atty. In Charge, International Trade Field Office, Commercial Litigation Branch, Susan Handler-Menahem, New York City, for defendant.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Court No. 86-11-01449
  14. Floral Trade Council v. United States (1999)

    Frank W. Hunger, Assistant Attorney General of the United States; David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice; Lucius B. Lau, Attorney, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice; Of Counsel, Mildred E. Steward, Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, United States Department of Commerce, for Defendant.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Slip. Op. 99-10. Court No. 97-11-01988
  15. Shanghai Foreign Trade Enterprises Co., Ltd. v. United States (2004)

    Peter D. Keisler, Assistant Attorney General, David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, Jeanne E. Davidson, Deputy Director, Stefan Shaibani, Trial Attorney, United States Department of Justice; Michael D. Stroud, Office of Chief Counsel, U.S. Department of Commerce, for Defendant, of counsel.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 03-00218
  16. Diversified Products Corp. v. United States (1983)

    J. Paul McGrath, Asst. Atty. Gen., David M. Cohen, Director, Commercial Lit. Branch, Washington, D.C., Robert T. Seeley, Intern. Trade Admin., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington, D.C., of counsel (Francis J. Sailer, Washington, D.C., on briefs), for defendant.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Court No. 82-7-01065
  17. Fujian MacHinery and Equipment v. United States (2001)

    Powell, Goldstein, Frazier & Murphy LLP, Washington, DC (Lawrence R. Walders) for plaintiffs Fujian Machinery and Equipment Import & Export Corporation and Shandong Machinery Import & Export Corporation.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 99-08-00532
  18. Altx, Inc. v. United States (2001)

    Plaintiffs Altx, Inc., American Extruded Products Corp., DMV Stainless USA, Inc., Salem Tube, Inc., Sandvik Steel Co., Pennsylvania Extruded Tube Company, and United Steelworkers of America, AFLCIO/CLC (collectively "Altx") appear before the court on a motion for judgment upon the agency record pursuant to USCIT Rule 56.2, challenging the final negative injury and threat determinations of the United States International Trade Commission ("ITC" or "Commission") in Circular Seamless Stainless [...]

    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 00-09-00477
  19. Rhodia, Inc. v. United States (2001)

    Robert D. McCallum, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, Alanta, GA, David M. Cohen, Director, Ada E. Bosque, Attorney, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC; Emily Lawson, Attorney, Office of the Chief Counsel for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, of Counsel, for Defendant United States.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: Consol. 00-08-00407
  20. Mittal Steel Galati SA v. United States (2007)

    Peter D. Keisler, Assistant Attorney General; Jeanne E. Davidson, Director; Patricia M. McCarthy, Assistant Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice (David F. D'Alessandris); and Office of Chief Counsel for Import Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (Arthur D. Sidney), of counsel, for Defendant United States. Wiley Rein & Fielding (Alan H. Price, Timothy C. Brightbill) for Defendant-Intervenor Nucor Corporation.


    Court: United States Court of International Trade Docket: 06-00050

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