ITC seeks more public input to inform its decision on 337 antitrust claim
March 10, 2017
The U.S. International Trade Commission wants additional public comment on Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord’s decision to dismiss U.S. Steel’s antitrust claim against Chinese manufacturers, the ITC said in a notice last week. The action pushes back an oral argument from next week to April 20. Lord originally dismissed the steel company’s claim on the grounds that U.S Steel failed to “show antitrust claim” under section 337 requirements. She argued that while price-fixing alone may constitute an unfair act under...
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