A limited exclusion order won by Apple at the International Trade Commission effectively banned some of Samsung's older phones from being imported into the US. The order was released two months ago and became effective on 9th Octobe...
K. William Watson The United States International Trade Commission’s patent enforcement activities are under fire from two camps concerned about the agency’s excessive remedies for patent infringement. In Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal,...Show More Summary
Samsung has failed to win a presidential veto of an International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling against some older Android devices, according to Android Central. The ban shouldn't have too much material effect on Samsung, however - it only covers older devices. Show More Summary
Samsung lost a bid to stop an import ban handed down by the International Trade Commission on Tuesday, just months after the Obama administration agreed to overturn a similar ban against older Apple products. Read full article >>
The latest in the Samsung showdown with Apple Today, the U.S. International Trade Commission announced it would allow a ban on select Samsung products imported... Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has upheld an import ban on some older-model Samsung Electronics smartphones and tablets after the U.S. International Trade Commission determined they infringed Apple patents.
Samsung has failed to win a presidential veto overturning a looming import ban on several of its older mobile devices, reports Bloomberg. The ban is based on a verdict in a U.S. International Trade Commission case in which the company...Show More Summary
Samsung faces a ban that will prevent it from importing a handful of its smartphones after the Obama Administration decided not to veto a ruling issued by the U.S. International Trade Commission. The ITC ruled in August that Samsung infringed on two design-based patents held by Apple. Show More Summary
Barack Obama's office has refused Samsung's request to end an import ban on some of its smartphones and tablets, which the International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled violates patents from Apple. The ITC ban said a handful of Samsung's smartphones and tablets violated Apple patents and will no longer let the devices be imported into the U.S. Show More Summary
Motorola may not yet be out of the woods with respect to an on-going patent dispute with Microsoft. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit today ruled that the U.S. International Trade Commission used faulty reasoning in a patent case brought against Motorola by Microsoft. Show More Summary
A federal appeals court instructed the US International Trade Commission to reconsider a ruling that gave Google Inc a victory over Microsoft Corp in a patent dispute. ||| Washington - A federal appeals court on Thursday instructed the...Show More Summary
HTC is hoping to avoid an import ban that may be levied against its flagship devices thanks to a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission. The ITC found HTC guilty of infringing on two Nokia patents last month. The initial ruling was made by an administrative law judge and will be revisited by the entire panel in January. Show More Summary
HTC and Qualcomm are reworking a radio chip for the HTC One smartphone in order to avoid a U.S. ban on imports of patent-infringing technology, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) made a preliminary ruling last week that Taiwan's HTC had infringed on two Nokia patents. Show More Summary
The smartphone patent wars between Apple and Samsung have been going on for years now, with the latest rounds taking place at the International Trade Commission, a relatively obscure quasi-judicial federal agency responsible for monitoring the impact of imports on the U.S. Show More Summary
HTC Corporation infringed on two Nokia Corp patents in making its mobile telephones and tablets, a judge said in a preliminary ruling issued on Monday for the U.S. International Trade Commission. Taiwan-based HTC was found to have infringed...Show More Summary
There’s more bad news for struggling Taiwanese smartphone firm HTC. The US International Trade Commission has found in a preliminary ruling that HTC infringed two Nokia patents in the making... Keep reading ?
Taiwan's HTC has infringed on two patents held by Nokia related to cellphones and tablets, a judge at a powerful U.S. trade court said Monday. In a preliminary ruling, Judge Thomas Pender of the U.S. International Trade Commission said HTC has infringed U.S. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission handed down a preliminary ruling in Nokia's case against HTC, and it's bad news for the Taiwanese company. ITC judge Thomas Pender found that HTC violated two of the three wireless patents at issue in the case. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission today ruled that HTC violated two smartphone patents owned by Nokia. The patents in question pertain to how smartphones transmit and receive data. The ITC's action today is an initial ruling made by an administrative law judge. The full panel will not review this initial decision until January 2014.
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- On Sept. 12, 2013, Nintendo won a patent infringement case brought at the International Trade Commission by Creative Kingdoms. The commission found that Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U systems do not infringe Creative Kingdoms’ patents. Show More Summary