Google Inc.'s Motorola Mobility Inc. unit on Thursday asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to review a judge's December invalidity ruling on a sensor patent Motorola claimed Apple Inc.'s iPhone infringed.
Motiva LLC urged a Federal Circuit panel on Friday to reverse a U.S. International Trade Commission decision that said Nintendo Co. Ltd.'s Wii system does not infringe its wireless controller patents and can continue to import the product, saying it couldn't gain traction in the industry or commercial market because of Nintendo's infringement and market presence.
The White House has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate whether domestic producers would be harmed if certain products from India, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, Ecuador, Russia and Georgia receive duty-free treatment under the Generalized System of Preferences.
The island country of Grenada on Wednesday urged the Second Circuit to block China's export-import bank from using Grenadian funds held in the U.S. to pay itself back for some of the $28 million in unpaid infrastructure loans it made to the Caribbean nation.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and 56 other business groups and corporations urged the federal government Thursday to provide more funds to Customs and Border Protection to alleviate slow downs at the nation's ports of entry.
A California federal judge overseeing computer network device maker Ubiquiti Networks Inc.'s trademark suit over purported counterfeiting by rival Kozumi USA Corp. on Thursday shot down Kozumi’s claims that Ubiquiti had violated antitrust laws by telling business partners Kozumi was a counterfeiter.
The U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control on Thursday urged U.S. banks and other financial institutions to improve their due diligence when dealing with foreign trading and exchange companies, saying Iranian banks have increasingly attempted to avoid U.S. sanctions by using these firms.
Deere & Co. said Thursday that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission won't take any enforcement action after concluding a probe into the farm equipment giant, more than a year after media reports first said it faced an inquiry focused on possible violations of anti-bribery laws.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. CEO Mike Duke knew as early as 2005 about bribery allegations at the retail giant’s Mexican unit, according to emails U.S. House of Representatives lawmakers released Thursday that appeared to contradict earlier company statements regarding when Wal-Mart executives learned of the claims.
An energy company consortium cultivating a landmark Caspian Sea gas field on Thursday preliminarily agreed to pay for the development of the proposed $10.3 billion Nabucco West pipeline, set to carry their gas to Europe, in exchange for a 50 percent stake in the project.
The Federal Circuit on Thursday denied Nokia Corp.'s rehearing bid in a patent and trade dispute with InterDigital Inc., ruling that InterDigital has satisfied the Tariff Act's domestic industry requirements by offering licenses in the U.S. for use of its cellular technology patents.
The U.S. lodged a formal challenge with the World Trade Organization on Thursday over Indonesian restrictions on plant and animal products that American trade regulators say discriminate against foreign goods.
Russia's state-backed gas giant Gazprom OAO and Novatek OAO, the country's biggest independent producer, on Thursday officially launched a joint venture to produce liquefied natural gas on the Yamal peninsula in the Arctic.
The U.S. Department of Commerce can broaden its reconsideration of the results from a review of a dumping duty order on Chinese shrimp to examine new evidence regarding whether exporter Hilltop International provided false and incomplete information, the U.S. Court of International Trade ruled Wednesday.
The chairman of the U.S. Senate Energy & Commerce Committee on Thursday criticized the U.S. Energy Department's recently released study recommending the wider export of liquefied natural gas as "seriously flawed" and urged the agency to revise it before approving any LNG export projects.
Following a request last month by a U.S. Senate committee, the U.S. International Trade Commission launched two investigations Wednesday into the role of digital trade in the U.S. and global economies.
A federal judge in Texas slapped a retired British businessman with a 33-month prison sentence Wednesday for helping an attempt to ship batteries used in surface-to-air missiles to Iran, marking the third defendant to face prison time in connection with the alleged scheme.
Progress Energy Canada Ltd. has chosen energy infrastructure developer TransCanada Corp. to build, own and operate a CA$5 billion (US$5.1 billion) pipeline that will link natural gas production sites to a proposed liquefied natural gas export facility in western British Columbia, the companies said Wednesday.
Deutsche Boerse AG said Wednesday that its Clearstream Banking SA unit would discuss a possible settlement with the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control, which is investigating whether Clearstream violated U.S. sanctions on Iran and could fine the company $340 million.
Google Inc.'s Motorola Mobility Inc. on Tuesday moved to drop two patent claims against Microsoft Corp. in its fight at the U.S. International Trade Commission over Microsoft's Xbox, following the Federal Trade Commission's settlement restricting Google from seeking injunctions over standard-essential patents.