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Harvard & GW Law Conference, Intellectual Property, Private Law, and the Supreme Court: panel 1

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : 43(B)log

Opening Remarks Hon. F. Scott Kieff, U.S. International Trade Commission Grokster required a heavy lift for those heavily oriented to positive law, b/c SCt took inducement—a doctrine in the patent statute, but absent from the otherwise...Show More Summary

AMD Files Patent Infringement Complaint Against LG, MediaTek, Sigma Designs, and Vizio

2 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Late last month, AMD filed a legal complaint against a number of companies accusing them of infringing its patents covering graphics processing technologies. The company requested the United States International Trade Commission (USShow More Summary

Nokia looks to block US imports of Apple products in latest salvo over patents

The U.S. International Trade Commission is looking into allegations that Apple is importing devices that infringe on Nokia patents, such as iPhones and iPads, a report said on Tuesday.

ITC to Investigate Nokia's Patent Complaints Against Apple

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

The U.S. International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Nokia that Apple's smartphones and tablets violate its patented technology. Nokia filed its lawsuit with the ITC in December, accusing Apple of importing and selling "mobile phones, tablet computers, and components thereof" that infringe Nokia-held patents. Show More Summary

Arista Sinks: Immediate Hit to Profit, Says MKM; Little Impact, Says Barclays

Shares of networking equipment firm Arista Networks (ANET) are down $8.82, or 9%, at $91.45, after the company was dealt a setback in its legal battle with Cisco Systems (CSCO), with the International Trade Commission saying on Friday that it revoked a U.S. Show More Summary

Things keep getting worse for Samsung

3 months agoNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

The New Year has not been kind to Samsung thus far. Just yesterday, both Samsung and LG were found by the US International Trade Commission to have violated US and international trade laws following a complaint filed by Whirlpool. Now, less than one day later, Samsung boss Jay Y. Lee was named by the South Korean special...

Samsung boss named a key suspect in political bribery probe

The New Year has not been kind to Samsung thus far. Just yesterday, both Samsung and LG were found by the US International Trade Commission to have violated US and international trade laws following a complaint filed by Whirlpool. Now, less than one day later, Samsung boss Jay Y. Show More Summary

Samsung and LG just got nailed by the US International Trade Commission

Normally when you hear about companies like Samsung and LG on the receiving end of accusations from fellow companies, you expect Apple, Google, or another fellow tech giant to be the one pointing fingers. Today, Samsung and LG lost a...Show More Summary

Fitbit Drops One Case Against Rival Jawbone

The fitness-tracker maker has withdrawn its year-old complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission, saying it believes its rival is failing financially.

Arista’s Routing to Steal Cisco, Juniper Share, Says Wells

Amidst lots of analysis today of the International Trade Commission ruling that Arista Networks (ANET) infringed two patents alleged by Cisco Systems (CSCO), one analyst takes a deeper look into the looming battle between the two inShow More Summary

Arista Victory Seen by Street in Cisco Patent Win

Shares of networking equipment vendor Arista Networks (ANET) are down $2.27, or 2.4%, at $92.14, after the International Trade Commission late Friday issued a ruling the company infringed two of six patents alleged against it by Cisco...Show More Summary

Cisco Wins Another Patent Ruling Against Arista

Cisco Systems Inc. has persuaded an International Trade Commission judge that Arista Networks Inc. infringed two Cisco patents, the latest development in a high-profile legal tussle between the two Silicon Valley rivals.

Mexico facts of the day

About 40 percent of the value of U.S. goods imports from Mexico was made up of goods originally exported from the U.S. to Mexico, four economists (three of them then employed at the U.S. International Trade Commission) found in 2010....Show More Summary

Looking Back at the Impacts of the Solar Trade War

Everyone in the solar industry remembers where they were when news broke that a group of solar manufacturers filed a petition with the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission, demanding an investigation of what they considered to be unfair business practices within the Chinese solar industry. Show More Summary

U.S. trade authorities to probe some imported sleep disorder systems

6 months agoHealth : Reuters: Health

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will investigate certain sleep-disordered breathing treatment mask systems and components following a complaint by ResMed Inc and ResMed Corp that imported products violated its patents.

Morning Docket: 09.01.16

7 months agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

Quinn Emanuel sanctioned by the U.S. International Trade Commission over the Apple-Samsung case. [] No rest for the dissolving: Kenyon & Kenyon hit with malpractice suit. [Law360] Indiana's Go Ahead And Hate Gays Religious Freedom Act invoked in child abuse defense. Show More Summary

Fitbit Wins Latest Round in ITC, Jawbone to Appeal

Shares of fitness tracking pioneer Fitbit (FIT) are up 18 cents, or 1.2%, at $15.06, after the U.S. International Trade Commission this evening issued an initial determination from an administrative law judge finding that the company did not misappropriate any trade secrets from competitor Jawbone, which is privately held. Jawbone had brought suit against Fitbit […]

ITC judge rules Fitbit did not steal trade secrets from Jawbone

An International Trade Commission judge on Tuesday cleared fitness tracker maker Fitbit of allegedly stealing corporate secrets from competitor Jawbone, ruling out the potential of a U.S. import ban.

Jawbone just lost its big case against Fitbit (FIT)

Fitbit did not steal Jawbone's trade secrets, according to a ruling issued Tuesday by the US International Trade Commission (ITC). The case began when Jawbone accused Fitbit of poaching its employees and using their knowledge of Jawbone's trade secrets. Show More Summary

U.S. trade judge clears Fitbit of stealing Jawbone's trade secrets

By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fitbit Inc did not steal rival Jawbone's trade secrets, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled on Tuesday, dashing Jawbone's hopes of securing an import ban against Fitbit's wearable fitness tracking devices. Show More Summary

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