Part I of this Article describes the congressional goals for the CIT in 1979 and 1980. Part II focuses on the actual performance of the CIT with regard to one of those goals, speedy resolution of antidumping and countervailing duty disputes. Furthermore, Part II documents the level of delay during the four main phases of an initial CIT review of antidumping or countervailing duty administrative determination. Part III examines the supplemental impact of CIT-ordered remands on speedy resolution. Part IV briefly comments on the effect of appellate review of CIT decisions on both speed and certainty in these actions. This Article concludes that more speed is needed in CIT proceedings.
Leonard M. Shambon,
Accomplishing the Legislative Goals for the U.S. Court of International Trade: More Speed! More Speed!,
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