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CIT denies Canadian solar companies’ plea to suspend safeguard measures

March 12, 2018, Inside U.S. Trade

Shara Aranoff spoke at an event hosted by Georgetown Law and is quoted in an Inside U.S. Trade article regarding the U.S. Court of International Trade's decision to deny a request by three Canadian solar panel producers for a temporary restraining order that would have suspended safeguard measures the U.S. imposed on all countries in January. According to Aranoff, while safeguard cases can be appealed to federal courts, the review process courts have taken on previous safeguard challenges have been "extremely deferential." She said, "The standard of review that the court has applied when it's taken safeguard action is extremely deferential, deferential to the point where it's not clear, to me at least, that there's almost any realistic scenario in which the court would overturn a safeguard action."

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