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17th Judicial Conference
Panelists' Papers

 

CIT LITIGATION WITH AN EYE OUTWARD: SAME ISSUES, DIFFERENT FORA

  • John D. Greenwald -
A Comparison of WTO and CIT/CAFC Jurisprudence in Review of U.S. Commerce Department Decisions in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Proceedings
   
  • Neal J. Reynolds
Conflicts Between U.S. Law and the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Reports: Should the Court of International Trade and the Federal Circuit Seek to Reconcile Their Decisions with the WTO's Reports in the Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Area?
   
  • Erik D. Smithweiss -
A Race to The Courthouse? Jurisdiction Over Customs Admissibility Decisions
   
  • Stephen C. Tosini -

The Embargo Upon Endangered Species: Accidental Jurisdiction In The Court of International Trade

   
 

 

OVERZEALOUS AND LESS THAN ZEALOUS REPRESENTATION:
THE ETHICAL RISKS OF PLAYING THE WAITING GAME

  • Melissa M. Devine -

When the Courts Save Parties from Themselves: A Practitioner's Guide to the Federal Circuit and the Court of International Trade

   
  • Brady W. Mills -
Overzealous Advocacy: The Perils of Taking Inconsistent Litigation Positions
   
  • Maureen Thorson -
Let Cooler Heads Prevail: A Survey of Rule 11 Practice in the U.S. Court of International Trade
   

WILLTHE REAL COUNTRY OF ORIGIN PLEASE STAND UP?

 

  • Gregory Connor
Rules of Origin: Interaction between the CBP Origin Determinations and Those of Other Agencies
   
  • Craig A. Lewis
Will the Real Country of Origin Please Stand Up?
   
  • Kathleen M. Murphy
Materiality Requirement of Section 592 as Applied to Country-of-Origin Declarations
   

GETTING TO JUDGMENT AND BEYOND: CHALLENGES IN CUSTOMS LITIGATION

  • T. Randolph Ferguson -

The CIT's Residual Jurisdiction: Leveling the Playing Field for Customs Bond Sureties Left "Holding the Bag"
Why "Voidance" is a Fair Remedy for Customs' Failure to Inform the Surety of Events that Materially Enhance its Bond Obligations

   
  • Justin R. Miller -
The Interplay of Jurisdiction Under 28 U.S.C. § 1581(a) Versus § 1581(i)
   

NEXT FRONTIER IN TRADE REMEDY LITIGATION: POINT/COUNTERPOINT

  • Elizabeth J. Drake -
Different Remedies for Different Wrongs: Adjustments for "Double Remedies" under the Amended Antidumping Statute
   
  • Seth T. Kaplan -
The Pass Through of Countervailable Subsidies to the Export Price
   
  • Daniel L. Porter -
Targeted Dumping: The Next Frontier in Trade Remedy Litigation
   
  • Thomas J. Prusa -
The Problem of Double Remedies in International Trade Disputes and the Economics of Pass-Through
   

 

 

 

 

 

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