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Microsoft Squashes Effort to Ban Phone Imports

The U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of Microsoft devices.

Microsoft prevails over an 8-year-old attempt to block its phone sales

Remember the heady days of August 2007, when the iPhone had barely reached store shelves and the Nokia N95 was all the rage? The US International Trade Commission sure does. After reviewing an 8-year-long case, the ITC has ruled that Nokia's phones (now Microsoft's) don't infringe on InterDigital patents covering 3G cellular technology. Show More Summary

Microsoft Avoids Import Ban in InterDigital Case

Microsoft escaped what could have been a harmful ban on its devices as the U.S. International Trade Commission decided not to block the import of Microsoft's smartphones into the U.S. Microsoft lost a patent case against InterDigital in April when it was found to be infringing on two patents. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Lumia smartphones avoid US import ban in ongoing patent dispute

Microsoft's smartphones can continued to be imported and sold in the US, according to a ruling this week by the U.S. International Trade Commission. Their decision overturned a previous ruling by a judge in April, who stated Microsoft had violated two patents owned by InterDigital.

Microsoft narrowly avoid smartphone import ban in USA

Just as Microsoft must be gearing up for the launch of the Microsoft Cityman and Talkman in USA the company managed to overturn a looming import ban on its smartphone hardware. Yesterday the U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of Microsoft’s handsets after an earlier April ruling by a trade judge had […]

U.S. International Trade Commission clears Microsoft of patent infringement

By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp avoided a potentially costly setback to its mobile phone business on Friday as the U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of its devices in a longstanding patent dispute. The decision rejected a ruling in April by a U.S. trade judge who found that […]

En Banc Federal Circuit: USITC Has power to Stop Non-Infringing Imports if used to Induce Infringement in the US

by Dennis Crouch In Suprema, Inc. v. USITC  (en banc), the Federal Circuit sitting en banc has overturned the prior-panel decision – now holding that the US International Trade Commission (USITC) has the power to issue an exclusion order to block importation based upon an inducement theory of infringement — even though the imported products themselves […]

A Case With Teeth? Federal Circuit To Review ITC Jurisdiction Over Digital 'Articles'

Next Tuesday, August 11, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will hear oral argument in ClearCorrect Operating, LLC v. International Trade Commission, a case that nominally involves a cease-and-desist order the International Trade Commission (ITC) imposed on a data file that contained a digital model of crooked [...]

US Tire Makers Oppose New Restrictions On Chinese Tires – It’s A Union Thing

The United States International Trade Commission issued a split 3-3 ruling on a petition regarding Chinese tires filed by the United Steel Workers under U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty (AD/CVD) laws. That means that — in all likelihood — the United States will put tariffs or other controls on tires imported from China. Show More Summary

China Illegally Dumps Cheap Tires Into US Market - Trade Commission

The US International Trade Commission states that recent imports of Chinese automobile tires have been flooding the US market at unfair prices while undermining the American tire industry.

Tire Trouble

The International Trade Commission split 3–3 on a complaint by the United Steel Workers about tire imports from China — which means that the U.S. will slap taxes on those imports. Daniel Ikenson explains that U.S. tiremakers don’t want...Show More Summary

ITC Vote Clears Way for New Tire Taxes...and More Frivolous Cases

In a 3-to-3 vote today, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that the domestic industry producing passenger car and light truck tires was materially injured by reason of dumped and subsidized imports from China. Wait, what? ...Show More Summary

Go inside the Brooklyn home of New York's most sought-after architect

Bjarke Ingels isn't a household name yet. But you probably know his buildings. The Danish starchitect's international architecture firm, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), recently snagged the 2 World Trade Center commission. On the heels of...Show More Summary

“How can the academy best contribute to IP policy?”

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Moderator: F. Scott Kieff, US International Trade Commission and George Washington University Panelists: Stephen Haber, Hoover Institution and Stanford University: Good policy making starts with good research. Literature on patenting...Show More Summary

SEC Suspends Trading In Joymain International, A Surging Penny Stock, Citing Unusual Activity

The Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday morning it has temporarily suspended trading in Joymain International Development Group, a thinly traded China-based company that's seen its market capitalization grow in excess of $7 billion despite having virtually no business operations.

Does It Matter That E-Cigarettes Are Imported From China?

Senator Ron Wyden wants the government to track imports of e-cigarettes more closely.  Specifically, he has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to create a specific reporting category for e-cigarette imports, which are notShow More Summary

Kraft seeks dismissal of two counts in wheat price manipulation case

(Reuters) - Kraft Foods Group Inc and Mondelez International Inc petitioned a judge to dismiss two counts in a case filed by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission that alleged the companies manipulated wheat prices. The CFTCShow More Summary

Franchising

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the system of franchising used by fast food companies, charging that it is designed to hold down wages unfairly. The union, which has been pushing to boost the pay of low-wage fast-food workers, said the current structure gives too much power […]

SEIU seeks federal investigation of franchise industry

By Alejandra Cancino, Chicago Tribune The Service Employees International Union on Monday said it has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the franchise industry, seeking information on how some of the world's biggest franchise operators, including McDonald's, set the terms of their business models.

Federal Circuit Chooses Quantity over Quality in Fight over Electro-Mechanical Stimulation Device Patent

by Dennis Crouch A discussion of Lelo v. USITC and Standard Innovation Corp. (Fed. Cir. 2015): The US International Trade Commission (USITC) provides an alternate/additional forum for asserting patent rights. Unlike district court, the...Show More Summary

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