19 CFR 210.52 - Motions for temporary relief.
(a) A complaint requesting temporary relief shall be accompanied by a motion setting forth the complainant's request for such relief. In determining whether to grant temporary relief, the Commission will apply the standards the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit uses in determining whether to affirm lower court decisions granting preliminary injunctions. The motion for temporary relief accordingly must contain a detailed statement of specific facts bearing on the factors the Federal Circuit has stated that a U.S. District Court must consider in granting a preliminary injunction.
(b) The motion must also contain a detailed statement of facts bearing on:
(2) The appropriate amount of the bond, if the Commission determines that a bond will be required.
(d) The following documents and information also shall be filed along with the motion for temporary relief:
(1) A memorandum of points and authorities in support of the motion;
(e) If the complaint, the motion for temporary relief, or the documentation supporting the motion for temporary relief contains confidential business information as defined in § 201.6(a) of this chapter, the complainant must follow the procedure outlined in §§ 210.4(a), 210.5(a), 201.6 (a) and (c), 210.8(a), and 210.55 of this part.
- 19 CFR 210.53 — Motion Filed After Complaint.
- 19 CFR 210.66 — Initial Determination Concerning Temporary Relief; Commission Action Thereon.
- 19 CFR 210.68 — Complainant's Temporary Relief Bond.
- 19 CFR 210.12 — The Complaint.
- 19 CFR 210.58 — Provisional Acceptance of the Motion.
- 19 CFR 210.56 — Notice Accompanying Service Copies.
- 19 CFR 210.4 — Written Submissions; Representations; Sanctions.
Title 19 published on 2015-11-19.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 19 CFR Part 210.