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ITC Overturns Judge's Ruling In Crocs Case

Law360 (February 23, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Footwear company Crocs Inc. won a small victory at the International Trade Commission when the commission overruled an administrative law judge’s ruling of non-infringement of one of the company’s patents.

The decision means that Crocs' aggressive fight to defend its patents for its shoes lives on, and that the cases against the remaining defendants will likely go to trial.

Six of the respondents have either settled or been terminated from the case. Old Dominion Footwear, which intervened in the case in October, was recently terminated from...
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