An Overview Of Section 337 Litigation Before The ITC

Law360, New York (August 9, 2010, 11:58 AM EDT) -- Only a few years ago, The Wall Street Journal described the United States International Trade Commission as “an obscure federal agency” and referred to its enabling statute as a “little-known provision.”[1] The ITC, however, has grown ever more popular as a forum for resolving intellectual property disputes, and the commission’s impact on international trade has grown more pronounced.

The ITC can be an invaluable tool in the enforcement of intellectual property rights, and an action before the ITC can pose a profound threat to the businesses...
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