In Husch Blackwell’s September 2020 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law:

  • Husch Blackwell filed complaints at the CIT challenging the substantive and procedural processes followed by the USTR when instituting Section 301 Tariffs on imports from China under List 3 and List 4A
  • CIT will not issue a stay to delay refunds to importers in Section 232 case challenging rate increases on steel imports from Turkey
  • USTR rescinds 10% tariff on Canadian aluminum
  • CBP proposes rule to eliminate Section 321 de minimis exemption for imports subject to Section 301 tariffs
  • An update on U.S. Department of Commerce decisions
  • U.S. International Trade Commission – Section 701/731 proceedings
  • An update from U.S. Customs & Border Protection
  • Summary of decisions from the Court of International Trade
  • Updates from the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • September export controls and sanctions
    • TikTok and WeChat smartphone apps receive reprieve from bans
    • U.S. moves to block conventional arms sales to Iran

If you have questions about our September Trade Law Update, please contact a member of Husch Blackwell’s International Trade & Supply Chain team.

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Photo of Nithya Nagarajan Nithya Nagarajan

Nithya’s extensive background in U.S. trade issues spans 25 years and includes various roles in a number of federal government agencies, including the Department of Commerce Department of Justice, and the U.S. Court of International Trade. She assists clients with administrative and regulatory…

Nithya’s extensive background in U.S. trade issues spans 25 years and includes various roles in a number of federal government agencies, including the Department of Commerce Department of Justice, and the U.S. Court of International Trade. She assists clients with administrative and regulatory actions before the Department of Commerce, International Trade Commission and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and defends clients in appeals before the Court of International Trade, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, NAFTA panels and the World Trade Organization. In addition to her body of U.S. experience, Nithya is also well-versed in international trade issues in China and India.

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Julia is an associate in the Washington, DC office of Husch Blackwell. She advises clients doing business in the heavily-regulated Government Contracts and International Trade sectors.

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Camron researches transitions in global trade policy and their impact on client business matters. Camron assists clients, attorneys and legal teams when trade, business and the law intersect.