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Title 19Chapter IISubchapter CPart 210


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER II—UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER C—INVESTIGATIONS OF UNFAIR PRACTICES IN IMPORT TRADE

PART 210—ADJUDICATION AND ENFORCEMENT

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Subpart A—RULES OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY

§210.1
Applicability of part.
§210.2
General policy.
§210.3
Definitions.
§210.4
Written submissions; representations; sanctions.
§210.5
Confidential business information.
§210.6
Computation of time, additional hearings, postponements, continuances, and extensions of time.
§210.7
Service of process and other documents; publication of notices.
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Subpart B—COMMENCEMENT OF PREINSTITUTION PROCEEDINGS AND INVESTIGATIONS

§210.8
Commencement of preinstitution proceedings.
§210.9
Action of Commission upon receipt of complaint.
§210.10
Institution of investigation.
§210.11
Service of complaint and notice of investigation.
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Subpart C—PLEADINGS

§210.12
The complaint.
§210.13
The response.
§210.14
Amendments to pleadings and notice; supplemental submissions; counterclaims; consolidation of investigations.
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Subpart D—MOTIONS

§210.15
Motions.
§210.16
Default.
§210.17
Other failure to act and default.
§210.18
Summary determinations.
§210.19
Intervention.
§210.20
Declassification of confidential information.
§210.21
Termination of investigations.
§210.22
[Reserved]
§210.23
Suspension of investigation.
§210.24
Interlocutory appeals.
§210.25
Sanctions.
§210.26
Other motions.
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Subpart E—DISCOVERY AND COMPULSORY PROCESS

§210.27
General provisions governing discovery.
§210.28
Depositions.
§210.29
Interrogatories.
§210.30
Requests for production of documents and things and entry upon land.
§210.31
Requests for admission.
§210.32
Subpoenas.
§210.33
Failure to make or cooperate in discovery; sanctions.
§210.34
Protective orders; reporting requirement; sanctions and other actions.
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Subpart F—PREHEARING CONFERENCES AND HEARINGS

§210.35
Prehearing conferences.
§210.36
General provisions for hearings.
§210.37
Evidence.
§210.38
Record.
§210.39
In camera treatment of confidential information.
§210.40
Proposed findings and conclusions and briefs.
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Subpart G—DETERMINATIONS AND ACTIONS TAKEN

§210.41
Termination of investigation.
§210.42
Initial determinations.
§210.43
Petitions for review of initial determinations on matters other than temporary relief.
§210.44
Commission review on its own motion of initial determinations on matters other than temporary relief.
§210.45
Review of initial determinations on matters other than temporary relief.
§210.46
Petitions for and sua sponte review of initial determinations on violation of section 337 or temporary relief.
§210.47
Petitions for reconsideration.
§210.48
Disposition of petitions for reconsideration.
§210.49
Implementation of Commission action.
§210.50
Commission action, the public interest, and bonding by respondents.
§210.51
Period for concluding investigation.
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Subpart H—TEMPORARY RELIEF

§210.52
Motions for temporary relief.
§210.53
Motion filed after complaint.
§210.54
Service of motion by the complainant.
§210.55
Content of service copies.
§210.56
Notice accompanying service copies.
§210.57
Amendment of the motion.
§210.58
Provisional acceptance of the motion.
§210.59
Responses to the motion and the complaint.
§210.60
Designating the temporary relief phase of an investigation more complicated for the purpose of adjudicating a motion for temporary relief.
§210.61
Discovery and compulsory process.
§210.62
Evidentiary hearing.
§210.63
Proposed findings and conclusions and briefs.
§210.64
Interlocutory appeals.
§210.65
Certification of the record.
§210.66
Initial determination concerning temporary relief; Commission action thereon.
§210.67
Remedy, the public interest, and bonding.
§210.68
Complainant's temporary relief bond.
§210.69
Approval of complainant's temporary relief bond.
§210.70
Forfeiture or return of complainant's temporary relief bond.
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Subpart I—ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES AND ADVISORY OPINIONS

§210.71
Information gathering.
§210.72
Confidentiality of information.
§210.73
Review of reports.
§210.74
Modification of reporting requirements.
§210.75
Proceedings to enforce exclusion orders, cease and desist orders, consent orders, and other Commission orders.
§210.76
Modification or rescission of exclusion orders, cease and desist orders, and consent orders.
§210.77
Temporary emergency action.
§210.78
Notice of enforcement action to Government agencies.
§210.79
Advisory opinions.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 210—Adjudication and Enforcement
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 210-Adjudication and Enforcement


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