ITC To Probe Taiwan Tech Co. In Possible Patent Deal Breach
Law360, New York (October 4, 2012, 7:45 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission on Tuesday said it would investigate claims that a Taiwanese technology company had breached a 2009 consent agreement not to import circuit boards that use Isola USA Corp.'s patented circuit components.
The commission issued a notice that it would launch formal enforcement proceedings against Taiwan Union Technology Corp., which Arizona-based Isola said in August had broken its promise not to sell boards that incorporate Isola's parts.
The consent agreement signed by TUC in 2009 was one of many in the case and, like the others, allowed the company to resolve Isola's 2008 allegations that it had...
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