A U.S. International Trade Commission judge on Friday ruled in favor of defendants Apple, Intel and HP in a case pertaining to processor patent technology asserted by X2Y Attenuators LLC, a small technology firm.
Ericsson (ERIC) on Monday filed a request with the U.S. International Trade Commission in an effort to ban Samsung’s (005930) smartphones and tablets from the market. The Swedish company claims that Samsung’s products infringe upon its patents, Reuters reported. Show More Summary
Ericsson today filed a petition with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to block the sale of some of Samsung's telecommunications equipment in the U.S. Ericsson filed a separate patent-infringement lawsuit againt Samsung last week. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission's Office of Unfair Import Investigation, otherwise known as "ITC staff," issued a filing in support of a preliminary finding from an administrative law judge that held Samsung in violation of four Apple patents.
The International Trade Commission has opted to review a decision from September that held that Apple had not violated any of Samsung’s patents with its iOS devices. The commission could have upheld the initial ruling, but they have decided that the case needs further investigation. Show More Summary
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission will review a judge's decision which found that Apple did not violate patents owned by Samsung Electronics in making the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad.
In agreeing to a hearing on the latest case, the U.S. International Trade Commission is looking at some of the key patent questions facing the tech industry.
The U.S. International Trade Commission announced on Monday that it will revisit a September decision which found Apple's products to not violate certain Samsung patents, with a final judgment that could lead to an injunction against the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The U.S. International Trade Commission said today that it would review an initial ruling made in September by an administrative law judge regarding Samsung's complaint's against Apple. The initial ruling found that Apple did not violate several Samsung patents related to smartphone and tablet technology. Show More Summary
According to Bloomberg, the International Trade Commission will re-evaluate its Sept. 14 ruling that Cupertino-based Apple did not infringe on any Samsung patents with its iOS devices. As many of you may remember, Samsung unsuccessfully tried to earn damages and block Apple’s iOS devices — for a second time. The first time was a separate case with the California court where [...]
HTC initiated the talks that led to its patent truce with Apple, reports the Wall Street Journal. According to the Journal's sources, HTC contacted Apple after losing two separate U.S. International Trade Commission cases, which found Apple's products did not infringe on HTC's patents, but that HTC's products did infringe on Apple's patents. Show More Summary
The ITC panel voted 6-0 in favor of imposing countervailing duties on imports to the US of silicon PV cells and panels from China, bringing to a close solar industry WTO litigation, at least in the US. [...]
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) sided with U.S. solar manufacturers in a dispute that Chinese solar cell makers have been benefiting from illegal subsidies. As a result Chinese solar makers will face tariffs.
The bullshit is finally over. The trade verdict is in an final and the solar industry will have to adapt to the decsion passed down in a 6 to 0 vote by the International Trade Commission (ITC). The ITC voted to keep last month's tariff and scope decision as determined by the Department of Commerce last month. Show More Summary
International Trade Commission staff are recommending the agency file a lawsuit against Google because of its efforts to block U.S. imports of iPhones and Windows Phones.
A finding by the U.S. International Trade Commission that Samsung infringed Apple’s patents would lead to less choice and higher prices for consumers, Samsung said Wednesday after an ITU judge issued a preliminary decision against the...Show More Summary
Samsung infringed four Apple patents, according to a ruling by U.S. International Trade Commission Judge Thomas Pender, Bloomberg reports. Among the infringements are a design patent for the front face of the iPhone, and another for touchscreen technology co-invented by Steve Jobs. Show More Summary
The International Trade Commission has ruled that Samsung has infringed on four Apple patents dealing with multitouch, audio and display technologies. If administrative law judge Thomas Pender’s Wednesday ruling is upheld, the U.S. may ban those products from import. The judge’s decision is subject to review by the full ITC commission. Read full article >>
UBABEF, the Brazilian Poultry Association, is contesting the content of letters sent by the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) to the Brazilian poultry industry which discuss "essential facts" regarding the application of provisionary dumping surcharges by the South African government on whole chicken and chicken part imports from Brazil.