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International Trade Commission Ruling In OCTG Case Boosts Prospects For U.S. Steel

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.

US Steel Producers Win Anti-dumping Case

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

Federal Circuit: Administrative Agencies Can Make Rules, But Must Also Follow Them

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. […]

Applicant’s IDS Submission of Litigation Documents Constituted Disclaimer

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 […]

Federal Circuit: How Not to Describe the Invention

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 […]

En Banc Federal Circuit to Review ITC’s Power over Induced Infringement

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 […]

Court Tells Samsung It Won't Retry Apple Case

4 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

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

Preliminary ITC ruling finds injury from Mexican sugar dumping - AgMinute for May 12, 2014

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

Where are British-dug antiquities ending up?

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

HTC, Huawei, ZTE Cleared In ITC Patent Case

6 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that HTC, Huawei, and ZTE did not infringe on camera-related patents owned by FlashPoint. The ruling was a review of an initial decision made by an administrative law judge last year. The...Show More Summary

HTC, Huawei and ZTE found not infringing on FlashPoint camera patents

The International Trade Commission found today that HTC, ZTE and Huawei did not violate camera patents held by FlashPoint, a spinoff company of Apple. The complaint was based on four different patents (later three after one was dropped) having to do with smartphone cameras. Show More Summary

HTE, Huawei, ZTE did not violate FlashPoint patents: U.S. panel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - HTC Corp and others did not violate digital camera patents owned by Apple Inc. spinoff FlashPoint Technology to make its Android smartphones, the U.S. International Trade Commission said on Friday.

USITC Asks En Banc Federal Circuit for Power to Block Imports Whose Distribution Induce Infringement in the US

by Dennis Crouch Suprema, Inc. and Mentalix v. US International Trade Commission and Cross Match Tech. (Fed. Cir. 2013/2014) The US International Trade Commission (USITC) is a branch of the US Government that offers an alternative forum for patent enforcement. There are a number of benefits to pursuing an action in the USITC as well […]

Disney Beats Writer's Claim of Stealing 'Mr. Young'

The dispute was heard at the U.S. International Trade Commission, investigating whether Disney had unfairly imported a Canadian TV show. read more

Nintendo prevails in latest 3DS patent scuffle

The International Trade Commission has found in favor of Nintendo in a case involving three companies claiming the gaming giant infringed on their patents with the creation of the Nintendo DS and 3DS handhelds. In 2012, Technology Properties Limited...

Nintendo Wins 3DS Infringement Case

Three companies brought up patent complaints regarding Nintendo's handheld, but the International Trade Commission ruled...

Nintendo Prevails in ITC Case Involving Nintendo 3DS

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Nintendo has won a patent infringement case at the International Trade Commission. The case was brought by Technology Properties Limited LLC, Phoenix Digital Solutions LLC and Patriot Scientific Corporation, all of which are patent-licensing companies. Show More Summary

US poultry sector questions African Trade Act extension

National chicken council representative Bill Roenigk has addressed the US International Trade Commission with concerns regarding trade acts which oppose US poultry trade in Africa.

Apple's iPhone did not rip off Googorola's wireless patent – US appeal judges

Techno-babble-laden design for app updates and messages fails to impress A US appeals court has upheld a decision by the International Trade Commission (ITC) that Apple's iPhone does not infringe a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility division.…

US appeals court finds in favor of Apple over Motorola patent row, upholding ITC ruling

Apple does not use technology patented by Google's Motorola Mobility business unit in the iPhone, a federal appeals court said on Friday. The decision upholds a ruling made by the International Trade Commission (ITC) last April, according to Reuters. Show More Summary

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