CIT Decisions
By Eric Schweibenz
On February 1, 2013, the U.S. Court of International Trade (“CIT”) issued its opinion granting Plaintiff Corning Gilbert Inc.’s (“Corning”) motion for summary judgment in Corning Gilbert Inc. v. United States (11-00511).

By way of general background, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) is tasked with enforcing both limited exclusion orders (“LEO”) and general exclusion orders (“GEO”) issued from the U.S. International Trade Commission (“ ITC”).  If an importer feels that CBP has erroneously denied entry to the importer’s goods based on a LEO or GEO, the party may file an administrative protest.  If the protest is denied, the party may challenge the denial to the CIT.


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