The Obama administration has vetoed a ban on the import and sale of some older iPhone and iPad models, overturning a decision by the International Trade Commission for the first time since 1987, Politico reports. The ITC issued an import ban and cease-and-desist on sales for some models of the...
In a letter from U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, the Obama administration overruled an import ban on older iPhone and iPad models issued by the International Trade Commission at Samsung’s request earlier this year. The action allows Apple to continue...
The Obama administration has vetoed a decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban the import of certain Apple products to the U.S. on the grounds they infringed a Samsung Electronics technology patent. In its decisionShow More Summary
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman issued the following letter to Irving A. Williamson, chairman of the United States International Trade Commission, on the decision to veto a ban on the sale of some Apple iPhones and iPads.
The Obama administration has vetoed a partial ban on the import and sale of some Apple products which was granted back in June in response to a ruling made by the USITC (United States International Trade Commission). The ban, which applied...Show More Summary
Acting on behalf of the Obama administration, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced it would veto the ban on older iPhone and iPad models ordered by International Trade Commission.
As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the Obama administration vetoed the International Trade Commission ban on older model Apple iPads and iPhones. The ITC ordered the ban after it found Apple infringed on a Samsung patent. In his letter to the Chairman of the ITC, U.S. Show More Summary
President Obama's administration has vetoed a decision by the United States International Trade Commission to ban the import and sale of a number of Apple products, including models of the iPhone 4 and iPad 2. The ITC announced the ban in June after finding that those devices had violated a patent held by Samsung.
Earlier this year the International Trade Commission (ITC) issued a ban on the import of the iPhone 4 and some iPad 2 models after ruling that the devices violated a patent held by Samsung. The Obama administration has overruled that decision at the eleventh hour, allowing the Apple devices to continue to be imported. Show More Summary
The Obama Administration today stepped in and vetoed a U.S. International Trade Commission ban that would have blocked sales of several Apple products. The veto arrived at the last minute, as the ban was set to go into effect August 5. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama vetoed an International Trade Commission (ITC) ban on some models of the iPhone and iPad today. The ban started in June and only affected older models like the iPhone 4 and the iPad 2 with cellular data connection. Show More Summary
Yesterday, August 1, 2013 was the day that the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) was supposed to make a decision on Apple's complaint against Samsung. According to Florian Mueller at FOSS Patents, the ITC gave notice...Show More Summary
The U.S. international Trade Commission has filed an extension for its looming decision on whether Samsung actually infringed on several key Apple patents. Depending on the outcome, a sales ban of certain products made by Samsung could be put into effect. While the ITC didn’t offer an explanation for the extension it’s seeking, the decision [...]
The United States International Trade Commission (USITC, or ITC) has just given notice of its decision to postpone by eight days its final ruling on Apple's patent infringement complaint against Samsung. The ruling was scheduled forShow More Summary
The International Trade Commission said it will delay its final ruling on whether products from Samsung Electronics Co. infringed Apple Inc.'s patents and should be barred from import into the U.S. as a result.
The United States International Trade Commission expects to complete its investigation into allegations of patent infringement between Apple and Samsung at the end of next week, it said Thursday. The dispute has been in front of theShow More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Thursday filed an extension of its decision on whether Samsung infringed on certain Apple patents, a claim that could see a sales ban of products made by the South Korean tech giant.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Thursday it would delay a decision on whether some mobile phones and tablets made by Samsung Electronics Co Ltd infringe on Apple Inc's patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has postponed its final ruling in Apple's patent infringement complaint against Samsung. The ruling was expected today, but has now been delayed until August 9.
Ahead of a U.S. International Trade Commission ban of older Apple iPhone and iPad models, a bipartisan cadre of senators has sent a cautionary letter to Trade Representative Michael Froman, who is responsible for the Presidential review of the ITC order.