As the U.S. International Trade Commission holds its first public hearing on the Suniva and SolarWorld trade case today, many solar stakeholders are already thinking ahead to the fall -- and about President Trump. To be sure, the ITC holds a lot of sway in this case. Show More Summary
The federal International Trade Commission will hold a hearing Tuesday on whether solar imports from China are causing “substantial damage” to domestic solar companies. The ITC’s determination — and President Donald Trump’s subsequent actions — could be a massive blow to the industry, which has seen double-digit annual market growth over the past decade and […]
Let’s be clear: the Section 201 trade case now under consideration at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is about jobs, plain and simple. If the petitioners get what they want, tens of thousands of American solar workers will...Show More Summary
Qualcomm announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission has started an investigation against Apple, following the modem company's complaint that Apple was infringing on up to six of its patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced it is investigating Qualcomm’s claims that Apple devices violate its patents, the latest front in Apple’s ongoing legal war with the chipmaker. Qualcomm asked the ITC to ban imports of iPhones into the U.S. Show More Summary
The US International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate Qualcomm's patent infringement suit against Apple, which could bar the importation, sales, and marketing of the iPhone in the US.
The US International Trade Commission on Tuesday said it will look into Qualcomm's complaint that Apple is violating its patents in some iPhones.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced it’s launching an official investigation into claims that some of Apple Inc.’s iPhone and iPad devices infringe on technology patents held by Qualcomm Inc. The ITC said its begunShow More Summary
Qualcomm last month officially filed a patent infringement suit against Apple, seeking an import ban on select iPhone models. Now, the chipmaker has announced that the International Trade Commission has commenced an investigation into Apple based on its complaint… more…
Qualcomm claims Apple is infringing on key patents. The U.S. International Trade Commission has announced that it will be investigating Apple following allegations from Qualcomm that the Cupertino-based company infringed on Qualcomm's patents with the iPhone 7. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating Qualcomm’s claims that Apple is violating several of its patents related to mobile technologies in several of its iPhone models. Qualcomm is seeking a ban on imports of the iPhone models that allegedly infringe on its IP. Show More Summary
Qualcomm's patent beef with Apple just took an important step forward. The US International Trade Commission has decided to investigate Qualcomm's complaint that some iPhones violate six of its patents. If the chip maker has its way, the ITC would ban imports and sales of Apple's handsets. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Tuesday agreed to look into Qualcomm allegations that the iPhone 7 -- and other Apple devices -- violate its patents, a small part of a wider legal battle between the two companies.
The US International Trade Commission, which has the power to bar products from entering the country, will investigate Qualcomm's complaints against Apple.
The International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Qualcomm that Apple is infringing on its patents. Specifically, Qualcomm says the processor and baseband in the iPhone 7 are violating its patented technology. Show More Summary
In a filing with the US International Trade Commission, the chip giant defends its proposed ban of some Apple iPhones.
A group representing major tech companies has filed comments with the U.S. International Trade Commission backing Apple in its legal fight against chip maker Qualcomm, Reuters reports. The Computer & Communications Industry Association...Show More Summary
After being named in a group legal filing expressing support for Apple in its case against Qualcomm, Intel has now filed its own statement with the International Trade Commission. The chipmaker alleges that Qualcomm is not licensing its patents at a fair rate and thus abusing its position in the industry. more…
In a statement to the U.S. International Trade Commission, Intel accused Qualcomm of abusing its market position and FRAND patents in order to charge exorbitant royalty rates from OEMs and to exclude competitors from the market.
Arista was dealt a setback in its legal battle with Cisco Systems, after the International Trade Commission said it would maintain a cease and desist order that bans the company importing product, even though the U.S. Patent office threw out two patents in the matter as invalid. Show More Summary