Judge Chides Commerce For ‘Policing’ False Advertising – Law360

By Alyssa Aquino (November 19, 2021, 4:44 PM EST) — A trade court chided the U.S. Department of Commerce for “policing” illegal activity outside its purview, remanding the harsh duties Commerce imposed on a Chinese cabinet manufacturer after finding that customers had been misled about sour…….

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By Alyssa Aquino (November 19, 2021, 4:44 PM EST) — A trade court chided the U.S. Department of Commerce for “policing” illegal activity outside its purview, remanding the harsh duties Commerce imposed on a Chinese cabinet manufacturer after finding that customers had been misled about source materials.

U.S. Court of International Trade Judge M. Miller Baker panned Commerce’s arguments that Dalian Meisen Woodworking Co. Ltd.’s false advertising had impeded its trade investigation and warranted the imposition of a 262.18% anti-dumping duty, the maximum levy possible. Meisen had not only cooperated with the trade investigation, but had turned over sales information showing that it marketed birch wood products as more expensive maple…

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Source: https://www.law360.com/consumerprotection/articles/1442217/judge-chides-commerce-for-policing-false-advertising

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