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Chinese Tire Exporters Appeal U.S. Antidumping Duty Rate

Several Chinese exporters and U.S. importers are appealing the U.S. duty rate on certain imports of tires from China, arguing to the Federal Circuit that the Commerce Department’s approach to calculating a rate for Chinese companies it didn’t individually examine was faulty.

Hispanic Police Lieutenant’s Race Bias Claim Reinstated

A Hispanic Binghamton, N.Y., police lieutenant who says he was racially harassed and passed over for promotion in favor of a less qualified White candidate provided enough detail to support a bias claim, the Second Circuit said Wednesday in reinstating part of his civil rights suit.

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‘I’m Not a Cat’ Takeaways: 5 Virtual Court Tips from Judges

In the wake of lawyer cat, judges from across the country share advice lawyers must know to ace their virtual court appearances.

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