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Event 26 Apr. 2022
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News 21 Apr. 2022
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Client Alert 23 Mar. 2022
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Event 22 Nov. 2021
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News 16 May. 2022
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Client Alert 21 Apr. 2022
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Client Alert 19 Apr. 2022
U.S. President Biden Expands Export Controls Imposed on Russia and Belarus
Client Alert 24 Jun. 2021
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The United States Court of International Trade adjudicates civil cases arising out of international trade laws and customs of the United States. Previously referred to as the United States Customs Court, the Court of International Trade endeavors to provide speedy adjudications of matters arising out of international trade agreements, as well as tariff litigation.
The Court of International Trade hears types of cases related to the enforcement of international trade agreements. It also has exclusive jurisdiction to hear all civil matters against the United States, its officers, or agencies relating to international trade issues. It does not hear criminal matters, or matters that are not referred to in its enabling legislation.
The answer to this question depends on how one is asking the question. There is only one US Court of International Trade. However, there are many courts that deal with the subject matter of international trade. Most developed nations have at least one court that has jurisdiction over matters arising out of international trade. There are also a large number of international courts that preside over disputes concerning international trade.
The Court of International Trade is also known as the United States Customs Court, although the latter is an antiquated term. In 1980, the United States Customs Court became the Court of International Trade with the passage of the Customs Court Act. Along with the name change came an increase in jurisdiction to deal with all matters against American agencies and officers that related to international trade.
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