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U.S. Steel pushes for sanctions in '337' case; discovery process extended

July 06, 2017
U.S. Steel Corporation has filed for sanctions against Chinese steel manufacturers in an ongoing Section 337 case, claiming that respondents have refused to produce necessary documentation on a trans-shipment claim sought by the U.S. company in a closely watched case at the U.S. International Trade Commission. Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord has extended the fact discovery deadline on the trans-shipment claim by three weeks in response to motions filed by both parties. Respondents contend the drawn-out discovery process is due...

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