Google and Internet providers win and movie studios lose in a case questioning the International Trade Commission's power to block data transmissions.
Last year, when the Sony emails leaked, and it was revealed that the MPAA was still totally focused on bringing SOPA back through alternative means, one of the strategies explored was getting the International Trade Commission (the ITC) to set up a sort of secret SOPA. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission has affirmed conclusions that the dumping of subsidized Mexican sugar hurt the U.S. sugar market. Click here for full Story.
The company’s shares are up almost 75 percent in premarket trading on word of the deal. Weight Watchers International Inc. said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday that as part of a five-year agreement,Show More Summary
Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference 2015 Internet Content Blocking by the U.S. International Trade Commission. In April 2014, a little-known agency called the U.S. International Trade Commission handed itself power to block data on the Internet. Show More Summary
NVIDIA's first patent lawsuit campaign isn't exactly going according to plan. The US International Trade Commission has ruled that Samsung and Qualcomm aren't infringing on NVIDIA's graphics patents. The judge rejected two of the patent claims outright and deemed a third patent invalid. Show More Summary
An administrative law judge for the US International Trade Commission sides with Samsung on a patent dispute with Nvidia.
The US International Trade Commission ruled Samsung didn't infringe two patents, and though it did infringe a third, the judge ruled the patent invalid.
A U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) judge has ruled that Samsung did not infringe on two NVIDIA patents for which it was taken to court in September of 2014. The judge did find that Samsung infringed on a third patent, but ultimately nullified it.
Samsung is not infringing on patents held by Nvidia, says the U.S. International Trade Commission. Nvidia filed the lawsuit more than a year ago, wherein it claimed Samsung's Exynos chips made use of Nvidia's technology without authorization or payment. Show More Summary
Cato Senior Fellow Dan Pearson is the author of today’s Cato Online Forum essay, which explains the value and limitations of the International Trade Commission’s economic assessments of trade agreements. Too often, parties opposed to trade liberalization misappropriate the estimates in ways that raise doubts about the integrity of the models. Show More Summary
Suprema v. ITC (Suprema III) (On remand from the en banc decision) (non-precedential) In August, 2015, the Federal Circuit released an en banc decision in Suprema v. International Trade Commission holding that the USITC has power to stop infringing imports if those imports are being used to induce infringement of a patent method of use. […]
Shares of networker Arista Networks (ANET) today declined by $1.49, or 2%, to close at $62.97, as analysts gauged the impact of an adverse recommendation last week by staff of the International Trade Commission in the lawsuit brought against the company by rival Cisco Systems (CSCO) alleging patent infringement. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of Microsoft devices.
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 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 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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]