Foreign Companies Embracing ITC As Perceptions Shift

By Matthew Bultman (April 13, 2017, 9:23 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission has long dealt with the perception that it is biased against foreign companies. Congress has even heard concerns about the impact it might have on international relations.

But the outside view of the ITC could be changing, experts say, as foreign companies have become more sophisticated at operating within the U.S. patent system and have realized the same trade laws that have been wielded against them could be used against their competitors.

"Instead of just getting beaten over the head by the ITC, they have an opportunity to use the ITC against somebody else," Latham &...

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