Title 19--CUSTOMS DUTIES
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complaint may be amended at any time prior to the institution of the investigation. (b) Postinstitution amendments generally. (1) After an investigation has...


the assignment of the investigation to a presiding administrative law judge, all motions shall be addressed to the chief administrative law judge. During the time that...


complaint and notice of investigation in the manner prescribed in Sec. 210.13 or Sec. 210.59(c), or otherwise fails to answer the complaint and notice, and fails to show cause why...


210.16 may provide a basis for the presiding administrative law judge or the Commission to draw adverse inferences and to issue findings of fact, conclusions of...


affidavits for a summary determination in his favor upon all or any part of the issues to be determined in the investigation. Counsel or other representatives in support of...


make a written motion. The motion shall have attached to it a certificate showing that the motion has been served upon each party to the investigation or related proceeding in...


that have been designated confidential by the submitter but that do not satisfy the confidentiality criteria set forth in Sec. 201.6(a) of this chapter. All such...


the issuance of an initial determination on violation of section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 for an order to terminate an investigation in whole or in part as to any or...


is of an involved nature owing to the subject matter, difficulty in obtaining information, the large number of parties involved, or other significant factors. ...


pendency of proceedings before the Secretary of Commerce or the administering authority pursuant to section 337(b)(3) of the Tariff Act of 1930. The administrative law judge or...


prior to the administrative law judge's issuance of an initial determination, except in the following circumstances: (a) Appeals without leave of the administrative...


of discovery under Sec. 210.27(d)(3), failure to make or cooperate in discovery under Sec. 210.33 (b) or (c), or violation of a protective order under Sec. 210.34(c)....


of subpart E of this part (Sec. Sec. 210.27 through 210.34). Motions pertaining to evidentiary hearings and prehearing conferences shall be filed in accordance...


obtain discovery by one or more of the following methods: depositions upon oral examination or written questions; written interrogatories; production of documents or...


a Commission notice instituting the investigation, any party may take the testimony of any person, including a party, by deposition upon oral examination or written questions....


to be answered by the party served. Interrogatories may relate to any matters that can be inquired into under Sec. 210.27(b) or Sec. 210.61, and the answers may be used...


serve on any other party a request: (1) To produce and permit the party making the request, or someone acting on his behalf, to inspect and copy any designated...


on any other party a written request for admission of the truth of any matters relevant to the investigation and set forth in the request that relate to statements or...


for issuance of a subpoena requiring a person to appear and depose or testify at the taking of a deposition or at a hearing shall be made to the administrative law judge. ...


party may apply to the administrative law judge for an order compelling discovery upon reasonable notice to other parties and all persons affected thereby. (b)...


whom discovery is sought or by the administrative law judge on his own initiative, and for good cause shown, the administrative law judge may make any order that may...


direct counsel or other representatives for all parties to meet with him for one or more conferences to consider any or all of the following: (1)...


provided in each investigation under this part, in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act. At the hearing, the presiding administrative law judge will take evidence...


sustain the burden of proof with respect thereto. (b) Admissibility. Relevant, material, and reliable evidence shall be admitted. Irrelevant, immaterial, unreliable, or...


investigation, motions and responses, all briefs and written statements, and other documents and things properly filed with the Secretary, in addition to all orders, notices,...


consistent with Sec. Sec. 210.5 and 210.34, confidential documents and testimony made subject to protective orders or orders granting in camera treatment are not made part of...


Sec. 210.18(a) or a motion for termination under Sec. 210.21(a) is [[Page 160]] made, or when it is found that a party is in default under Sec. 210.16, or at...


termination issued by the Commission shall constitute a determination of the Commission under Sec. 210.45(c). The Commission shall publish in the Federal Register notice of...


by the Commission, the administrative law judge shall certify the record to the Commission and shall file an initial determination on whether there is a violation...


of the petition. (1) Except as provided in paragraph (a)(2) of this section, any party to an investigation may request Commission review of an initial determination issued...


Within the time provided in Sec. 210.43(d)(1), the Commission on its own initiative may order review of an initial determination, or certain issues in the initial...


In the event the Commission orders review of an initial determination pertaining to issues other than temporary relief, the parties may be requested to file briefs on...


(a) Violation of section 337. An initial determination issued under Sec. 210.42(a)(1)(i) on whether respondents have violated section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930...


file with the Commission a petition for reconsideration of such determination or any action ordered to be taken thereunder, setting forth the relief desired and the grounds...


including any action ordered by it to be taken thereunder. When appropriate, the Commission may order the administrative law judge to take...


determination pursuant to Sec. 210.45(c) or a termination on the basis of a licensing or other agreement, a consent order or an arbitration agreement pursuant to...


each investigation under this part, the Commission shall-- (1) Consider what action (general or limited exclusion of articles from entry or a cease and desist order,...


the administrative law judge shall issue an order setting a target date for completion of the investigation. If the target date does not exceed 15 months from the...


Act of 1930 shall be made through a motion filed in accordance with the following provisions: (a) A complaint requesting temporary relief shall be accompanied by...


be filed prior to the Commission determination under Sec. 210.10 on whether to institute an investigation. A motion filed after the complaint shall contain the...


complaint and motion for temporary relief by the Commission upon institution of an investigation, on the day the complainant files a complaint and motion for temporary relief...




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