Law360 (August 24, 2021, 7:58 p.m. EDT) – The United States Court of International Trade on Tuesday granted duty-free treatment to video conferencing cameras from Logitech Inc. to apply a tariff of 2.1%.
Logitech has wrangled with the government for years over the proper classification of its products, generally categorized as webcams and conference cameras. After a trial, CIT judge Leo M. Gordon ruled that the goods are primarily used for two-way communication, rather than one-way broadcasting.
“The camera, internal microphones and built-in synchronization software all work together to allow the commodity in question to facilitate real-time communication,” Gordon Judge …
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