Answered By: Kate Britt Last Updated: Jan 05, 2018 Views: 0
The United States Court of International Trade was called the U.S. Customs Court prior to 1980. The Court's jurisdiction covers litigation arising out of federal statutes about international trade and international transactions.
Decisions are published in the following sources:
- November 1980 - Present
- United States Court of International Trade Reports (Smith KF 6655 .A2 U54) (several years behind in publication)
- West's Federal Supplement and West's Federal Supplement, Second Series (Smith KF 120 .F42)
- July 1938 - October 1980
- United States Customs Court Reports (Annex KF 6655 .A2 U537x)
- Slip Opinions from 1999 - present are published on United States Court of International Trade website
- Current Rules and Forms are also available on the site.
- Lexis Advance, Westlaw, Bloomberg Law, and HeinOnline all provide access to U.S. CIT dockets and opinions