Law360 (September 25, 2019, 3:03 PM EDT) -- Despite a brief hiatus stemming from the government shutdown, 2019 has already been a very busy year in Section 337 practice at the U.S. International Trade Commission. Two administrative law judges considered whether the public interest weighed against remedial orders in two separate but related proceedings, and each ALJ reached a different conclusion.
This year has also seen ITC developments related to the impact of Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings, the domestic industry requirement and the commission's authority to decline to institute an investigation. This two-part series will discuss meaningful ITC developments in 2019, spanning from ALJ rulings to U.S....
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