Government Asks Judge to Reconsider Injunction in Jones Act Pollock Case
The U.S. Government is asking a federal judge to reconsider an injunction that has allowed over 26 million pounds of pollock to re-enter the market.
Shipping companies affiliated with American Seafoods, an Alaskan seafood firm, received a preliminary injunction from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)’s enforcement actions which include hundreds of millions of dollars in fines over Jones Act violations.
The injunction was granted on October 10 and will allow for the millions of pollock which is destined for the east coast of the United States...
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