The Federal Circuit on Friday upheld a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission against Malaysia-based Mems Technology Berhad, finding that the company's silicon microphone products infringed on microtechnology patents held by Knowles Electronics LLC.
The U.S. International Trade Commission opened an investigation Thursday into Linex Technologies Inc.'s claims that Apple Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co. and several other electronics companies have infringed two of its wireless communications patents.
A Florida court on Wednesday approved a $92 million Foreign Corrupt Practices Act settlement between French telecommunications company Alcatel-Lucent SA and the U.S. government, rejecting objections by a Costa Rican state-owned utility that had sought victim status and restitution.
Canon Inc. on Thursday announced a settlement with 20 companies in suits filed in the U.S. International Trade Commission and New York federal court that accused them of making and importing toner cartridges that infringed Canon patents.
The inventor of cold remedy Zicam was arraigned Thursday on charges that he illegally imported an herbal product into the U.S. and marketed it without U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval as a treatment for bird flu.
An FBI agent testifying against four military equipment company executives charged with trying to bribe Gabon government ministers to win contracts told a Washington jury Thursday how he posed as a Gabonese defense official to lure in the defendants.
An ex-assistant U.S. attorney on Wednesday joined Ropes & Gray LLP's Chicago office, where she will use experience prosecuting health care fraud and corruption to defend clients in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases, other white collar cases and government enforcement matters.
The head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's foreign bribery unit, who led a probe of Siemens AG and helped get a record $1.6 billion settlement, is leaving public service to join Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP's Washington office, the firm announced Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. accused AU Optronics Corp. and three of its customers Wednesday in Delaware federal court and the U.S. International Trade Commission of infringing several liquid-crystal display patents.
The World Trade Organization's dispute settlement body on Wednesday adopted an appellate panel's report that concluded some European subsidies to Airbus SAS were inconsistent with the organization's rules.
The U.S. International Trade Commission agreed Wednesday to investigate LG Electronics Inc. unit Zenith Electronics LLC's claims that Sony Corp.'s imported digital televisions infringe three of the Illinois company's patents.
The defense team for four military equipment company executives charged with trying to bribe Gabon government officials to win contracts pressed the prosecution's cooperating witness Wednesday in Washington on the nature of his plea agreement, suggesting it unduly influenced him.
Two Chinese nationals face up to five years in prison after pleading guilty in Virginia federal court on Wednesday to conspiring to illegally export arms to China.
An Iranian man living in California pled guilty in Illinois federal court Wednesday to trying to export missile components and radio test sets from the U.S. to his home country.
President Barack Obama announced Tuesday that he would nominate John Bryson, a former utility company executive and the co-founder of an outspoken environmental organization, as the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
OTR Wheel Engineering Inc. filed a complaint in the U.S. Court of International Trade on Thursday asking for a ruling that its imported tires are outside the scope of anti-dumping and countervailing duties imposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce on Chinese tires in April.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury again declined to label China as a currency manipulator in a new report on international exchange rates issued Friday, despite raising concerns about the country's refusal to fully relax its grip over such rates.
World Trade Organization Director-General Pascal Lamy said Tuesday that an aid package for the world’s least-developed countries was the fast-track priority in the Doha Development Round of economic talks for December’s ministerial conference.
The senior Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee introduced a bill Thursday to overhaul the Export Administration Act for the first time since 1979 as part of the Obama administration's ongoing effort to reform the country's export control system.
A Washington federal judge sentenced a Texas man on Thursday to about six years in prison and ordered him to forfeit $17.9 million he allegedly made from defrauding the Export-Import Bank of the United States through his company Alamo Freight Forwarding.