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The Export Administration Act (EAA), 50 U.S.C. App 2401-2420, authorizes the Commerce Department to restrict exports of goods and technology from the United States in the interests of national security, foreign policy objectives, and preservation of this country’s access to commodities in short supply. It is the principal element in a scheme of...

This recommendation concerns the protective orders practice of the United States International Trade Commission in antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings. Under the Trade Agreements Act of 1979, the Commission has authority to release to counsel, under protective order, certain confidential business and financial information that is...

The antidumping law (19 U.S.C. § 160 et seq. (1971)) is designed to prevent foreign manufacturers from selling their products in the United States market at prices less than those charged abroad—at “less than fair value” (LTFV)—if such price discrimination “injures” domestic competitors. Whenever LTFV sales and resulting injury appear, the antidumping law requires the...

ABA Resolution on International Regulatory Cooperation that adopts the various proposals contained in ACUS Recommendation 2011-6.

Article by ACUS Attorney Advisor Reeve T. Bull responding to various criticisms levelled against the Transatlantic Trade and Invesment Partnership.