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18th Judicial Conference
Panelists' Papers

RESPONDING TO AGENCY REQUESTS FOR FACTUAL INFORMATION: RESPONSIBILITIES, BURDENS & CONSEQUENCES

  • Panel 1 -
Reference Material
   
  • Frances Hadfield -
Responding to Customs and Border Protection's Requests for Factual Information: Responsibilities, Burdens & Consequences
   

REPRESENTATION IN CUSTOMS PENALTY ACTIONS AFTER TREK LEATHER:
FIFTY SHADES OF GRAY IN CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

  • Cynthia Godsoe -
Presentation
   
  • Joshua Kurland -
Veil-Piercing in Customs Enforcement Proceedings: The Role of Federal Common Law
   

CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE:
AGENCIES' RELATIONSHIPS WITH EACH OTHER AND THE COURT  

  • Shara Aranoff -
Interactions Between the USITC, Other Trade Agencies, and the Courts: Examples from AD/CVD and Section 337 Investigations
   
  • Deborah King -
Where Three Is Not A Crowd: What Outside Parties Can Do To Enhance Cooperation Between Enforcement and Compliance and Customs and Border Protection
   

STREAMLINING LITIGATION IN CUSTOMS CASES:
OPPORTUNITIES AND OBSTACLES  

  • William Sjoberg -

Ten Years of Mediation at the U.S. Court of International Trade: Perspectives of a Private Practitioner

   
  • Russell Semmel -
No Reservations: A Proposal to Streamline Reserve Calendar Practice in the U.S. Court of International Trade
   
  • Beverly Farrell -
Streamlining Discovery: Does The Nature Of The Practice Before The U.S. Court Of International Trade Provide Suggestions For How To Accomplish It?

AVOIDING THE BREAD LINE:
TRADE REMEDIES FIXES WITHIN SHARED RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS

  • Michele Lynch -
Remands are a Consequence of Administrative Law So Why Are We All So Frustrated?
   
  • Daniel Porter -
Congratulations, You Have Now Been Chosen: Evolving Practice and Emerging Issues for Mandatory Respondent Selection in Antidumping Cases
   
  • Kathleen Cannon -
Salvaging Court, Agency and Private Litigant Resources When Faced with Non-Cooperative Parties

 

 

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