Husch Blackwell international trade attorney, Jeffrey Neeley, and energy attorney, John Crossley, hosted a teleconference in which they discussed the implications of and next steps in the US International Trade Commission’s (ITC) ongoing case that imported crystalline silicon photovoltaic (CSPV) cells and modules have caused “serious injury” to domestic manufacturers. A detailed summary of the ITC’s September 22 finding of serious injury is detailed in Jeff’s previous post.
Follow up analysis during the teleconference included:
- ITC vote on injury to the US industry
- Upcoming hearing for potential remedies set for October 3
- Possible remedies and their impacts on the industry
- Strategies that US importers and consumers may want to consider
A recording of the teleconference is now available (due to technical difficulties, the recording begins approximately 1:00 into the call).