The legal battle between Samsung and NVIDIA over GPU licensing has turned another page this week, with the announcement from the United States International Trade Commission that it is opening an investigation into NVIDIA and their partners based on complaints filed by Samsung. Show More Summary
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today the federal appeals court confirmed Nintendo’s win in a patent infringement case brought at the International Trade Commission by Creative Kingdoms. The court affirmed earlier findings by the ITC...Show More Summary
South Korean tech giant files complaint with trade watchdog Samsung Electronics's battle with GPU chip maker Nvidia deepened on Friday, after the South Korean outfit filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission.…
The patent war between NVIDIA and Samsung isn't going to wind down any time soon. Samsung has backed up its countering lawsuit against NVIDIA with a US International Trade Commission complaint asking the agency to block imports of NVIDIA's GeForce...
Apple’s Beats Electronics and Bose have settled a lawsuit over a nose-cancelling headphone technology and asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to end its investigation into the matter. Bloomberg reports: Bose and Beats in joint filings told a U.S. court in Delaware they’ve settled their claims, and asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to terminate […]
NVIDIA on Monday announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to investigate whether certain Samsung devices, targeted in a recent NVIDIA suit against the South Korean giant and Qualcomm, should be banned from sales in the U.S. Show More Summary
Nvidia announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate Nvidia's claims that Samsung is violating Nvidia's intellectual property. Nvidia filed legal action against Samsung last month, alleging some of its devices violate patents pertaining to graphics processing on mobile devices. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) voted today to investigate whether certain Samsung mobile devices should be blocked from entering the country because they may vilate Nvidia’s graphics processing unit (GPU) patents. Mobile developer or publisher? VentureBeat is studying mobile marketing automation. Fill out our 5-minute survey, and we'll share the data with you.
By Alpha World: The U.S. steel industry took a sigh of relief last month when the International Trade Commission (NYSE:ITC) ratified that duties will be imposed on steel pipe and tube imported from six countries, which include South Korea, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine and Vietnam. Show More Summary
Shares of chip maker Nvidia (NVDA) are down 10 cents, or half a percent, at $19.93, after the company late yesterday said it filed complaints with the International Trade Commission and U.S. district court against Qualcomm (QCOM) and Samsung...Show More Summary
NVIDIA has announced that the company is taking both Samsung and Qualcomm to court for infringing on 7 patents covering computer graphics. The popular GPU manufacturer is asking the International Trade Commission and US district court in Delaware to enforce product bans to the US and request compensation. Show More Summary
The imports of cheap OCTG products have negatively impacted the fortunes of U.S. Steel's Tubular Products division. Though this division accounted for only around 16% of U.S. Steel's revenues in 2013, it is an important segment because of the high margins that tubular goods command.
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday voted to impose anti-dumping duties against steel pipe imports from seven countries, while exempting two, handing
by Dennis Crouch Align Tech v. USITC (Fed. Cir. 2014) This Section 337 appeal is largely focused on the civil procedure associated with litigating cases before the United States International Trade Commission (USITC). In general, Section 337 investigations are conducted by administrative law judges (ALJs) who are employed by the USITC to determine various issues. […]
By Dennis Crouch Golden Bridge Tech v. Apple (Fed. Cir. 2014) This case should be seen as a follow-on to Judge Moore’s recent decision in X2Y Attenuators v. US International Trade Commission (Fed. Cir. 2014). In both cases, Judge Moore applies the doctrine of prosecution disclaimer to limit claim scope. Here, Golden Bridge asserted two […]
By Dennis Crouch X2Y Attenuators v. US International Trade Commission as well as Intel, Apple, & HP (Fed. Cir. 2014) In this case, the Federal Circuit affirms a narrow construction of X2Y’s claim terms based upon a disavowal of scope. In the face of USPTO pleas for patentees to more particularly define claim terms, this […]
By Dennis Crouch Suprema, Inc. and Mentalix v. US International Trade Commission and Cross Match Tech (Fed. Cir. 2013/2014) Although the USITC handles plenty of patent cases, it actually derives its power from the Tariff Act, 19 U.S.C. § 1337(a)(1)(B). That provision indicates that the government agency can prohibit the import or sale-after-import of “articles […]
A U.S. appeals court today sided with the International Trade Commission and agreed that Apple is innocent of violating three Samsung patents. The decision, reached by the ITC in June 2013, stands as is and the ITC will not be forced to revive the case. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission has sided with American sugar producers that claims regarding the alleged dumping of subsidized Mexican sugar on the U.S. market should be investigated. Click here for the full story
Based on data compiled from tariff and trade information supplied by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission: 'U.K. is Top Source Nation in 2013 for U.S. Imports of Archaeological, Historical, and Ethnological Goods', Rick St Hilaire Cultural Property Lawyer, Thursday, March 20, 2014. Show More Summary