The International Trade Commission is accepting comments through May 20 on a proposed rule that would amend its rules of practice and procedure concerning rules of general application, safeguards, antidumping and countervailing duty investigations, and section 337 adjudication and enforcement. The ITC states that the intended effect of the proposed amendments is to facilitate compliance with these rules and improve the administration of agency proceedings.

One of the primary changes in the proposed rule would be to require all documents to be filed electronically and eliminate the requirement to submit paper copies in most cases. There are also numerous other proposed changes with respect to initiation and conduct of investigations, preliminary and final determinations, sunset reviews, discovery, hearings and conferences, temporary relief, and enforcement.

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