ITC To Review Infringement Ruling In Waterloo Case

By Richard Vanderford (April 28, 2010, 1:15 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission has affirmed an administrative law judge's ruling that several Waterloo Furniture Components Ltd. products do not infringe a Humanscale Corp. keyboard support system patent, while agreeing to review the judge's finding that some Waterloo products do infringe the patent.

The commission said in a notice Monday that it would take a second look at Waterloo products that purportedly infringe Humanscale patents, reconsidering patent validity, domestic injury, claims construction and intervening rights.

The ITC also reinforced an earlier win for CompX International Inc. unit Waterloo, affirming the ALJ's final initial determination that many Waterloo products do not...

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