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United States v. Tenacious Holdings, Inc.
United States Court of International Trade
6 F. Supp. 3d 1374 (2014)
The United States government (plaintiff) brought suit against Tenacious Holdings, Inc. (Tenacious) (defendant) in the United States Court of International Trade for negligent misclassification of work gloves. The government sought $50,000 in penalties. On the date its discovery requests were due, Tenacious filed a motion for referral to court-annexed mediation. Tenacious argued that litigation costs would exceed the penalty due and that the classification at issue expired, rendering a court opinion on the issue with no precedential value. The government argued the motion should not be granted before Tenacious responded to the discovery requests.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Carman, J.)
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