Well I'll be! You've got some good connections!
I checked a number of databases yesterday, and there was nothing there
on your query. But today, it's a different story.
Here is a direct link to a text version of the complaint filed by Hercules:
but it is a very messy OCR rendering of the original letter. To get a
clean version, do the following:
--Head to the search site of the US International Trade Commission,
who is the government body that investigates antidumping complaints in
--On the left hand side of the page, click on "Public Access" -- this
will take you to Electronic Document Information System (EDIS)
--On the left side of the EDIS page, click on "Search/Retrieval"
--A query page will open up. In the "Full Text..." search box near
the bottom, enter "Hercules" (without qoutes), and press "Search".
--The very first result should be a petition filed 6/9/04 by Hercules,
with the assigned number 731-2377. Click on any of the links in this
first record, and it will take you to a listing of the two documents
that were actually filed, available in both text and PDF format. As I
said earlier, the text is pretty messy. I recommend pulling up the
PDF file, but be warned, it took an extraordinarily long time (about
five minutes!) to load, so be patient.
Let me know if you need any further assistance in accessing this info.
search strategy: Used bookmarked links to the USITC site.