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1:14-cv-00199 - Whirlpool Corporation v. United States


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1:14-cv-00199 - Whirlpool Corporation v. United States
February 1, 2016
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Order entered on 2/1/2016, Slip Op. 16-8, ORDERED that the Final Scope Ruling of the International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce ("Commerce" or the "Department"), is affirmed in its determination that Whirlpool's one-piece kitchen appliance door handles are within the scope of the Orders. ORDERED that the Final Scope Ruling be, and hereby is, remanded for reconsideration, in accordance with this Opinion and Order, of the Department's determination that plaintiff's assembled kitchen appliance door handles are within the scope of the Orders, ORDERED that Commerce shall have sixty (60) (4/1/2016) days from the date of this Opinion and Order to file a remand redetermination comprising a new scope ruling on the assembled handles that complies with this Opinion and Order. ORDERED that plaintiff and defendant-intervenor shall have thirty (30) (5/2/2016) days from the date of the Department's filing of the remand redetermination in which to file comments on the remand redetermination. ORDERED that defendant shall have fifteen (15) (5/17/2016) days after the filing of the last comment by plaintiff or defendant-intervenor in which to file a reply to the comments of the other parties. (related document(s)26).(Taronji, Steve) (Additional attachment(s) added on 2/1/2016: # (1) Web Pages Cited in the Opinion) # (2) Web Pages Cited in the Opinion) (Taronji, Steve).
August 26, 2016
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Order entered on 8/26/2016, Slip opinion: 16-81. The court rules that Commerce was correct in deciding that Whirlpools assembled handles are not within the scope of the Orders. The court affirms this decision on the reasoning, adopted by Commerce (albeit under protest), that the assembled handles are not described by the general scope language of the Orders. Judgment will enter accordingly. (related document(s)26).(Love, Cynthia) (Additional attachment(s) added on 8/26/2016: # (1) Cited Web Page) (Love, Cynthia).