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Feds decide Delta importing Bombardier jets from Canada won't hurt Boeing

The International Trade Commission found Friday that Bombardier C Series jets from Canada wouldn't hurt Boeing, as the U.S. manufacturer claimed.        

Happy Ending for Bombardier

In its final ruling issued just minutes ago, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that the U.S. industry (Boeing) was NOT threatened with material injury by reason of dumped or subsidized imports of 100- to 150-Seat Large Civil Aircraft from Canada (Bombardier). Show More Summary

Trump hits solar imports with tariff but still concedes millions of jobs to China

President Donald Trump decided to slap a 30 percent tariff on imported solar cells and panels, the White House announced Monday. The tariff comes after the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled last year that China had harmed the domestic solar manufacturing industry with policies aimed at taking over the global market. While the administration claimed […]

The ITC’s New Solar Report Could Bolster Trump’s Broader Trade Agenda

The U.S. International Trade Commission released a new report on the Section 201 trade case this week that the Trump administration could use to defend new solar tariffs, if challenged at the World Trade Organization. Ambassador Robert Lighthizer, head of the Office of the U.S. Show More Summary

Shout-Out: Covington Client Tessera Claims IP Victory

With a win at the International Trade Commission as ammunition, Covington & Burling client Tessera Technologies Inc. on Monday reached a global       

Boeing CEO: Bombardier sold new planes at used plane prices

Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Kevin McAllister testified in front of the International Trade Commission on Monday. Boeing claims it was harmed when Bombardier used government subsidies to offer unnaturally low prices to Delta. Delta...Show More Summary

US Solar Trade Case Rubs Out SunShot Initiative Achievements

The recent Section 201 solar trade case that has passed through the US International Trade Commission has undone some of the progress made by President Obama's SunShot Initiative which sought to lower solar costs to make them cost-competitive with other forms of energy. 

Qualcomm deepens Apple battle with new round of lawsuits

Qualcomm has filed three new patent infringment claims against Apple in US District Court, bringing the total to 16. That doesn't include a dispute Qualcomm is filing with the US International Trade Commission, which seeks a ban on importing...Show More Summary

Solar Cell Tariffs Won’t Create A Significant Number Of Jobs For Americans, Will Eliminate Tens Of Thousands

Suniva and SolarWorld have filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission claiming cheap solar cells and solar panels from China made it impossible for them to compete and drove them into bankruptcy. The claim is not about...Show More Summary

Trump Says US ‘Will No Longer Tolerate’ Trade Abuses, as ITC Delivers Solar Tariff Report

The market outlook for solar projects in the U.S. now officially rests in the hands of President Donald Trump. Last week, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) published a report sent recently to the White House on the pending Section 201 investigation of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (CSPV) solar cells and modules. Show More Summary

ITC to Investigate Another Complaint Against Apple

4 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

The International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Aqua Connect and Strategic Technology Partners that Apple is infringing on its patents. The two California-based firms filed grievances with the ITC in October and assert Apple's Mac computers, iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Apple TVs violate their intellectual property. Show More Summary

Apple under investigation in patent infringement dispute - CNET

4 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

The US International Trade Commission will investigate a complaint that accuses Apple of using patents without permission.

News: International Trade Commission investigating patent infringement claims against Apple

4 months agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating patent infringement claims against Apple, Reuters reports. This particular inquiry stems from complaints made by Aqua Connect Inc and Strategic Technology Partners over technology used in iPhones, iPads, iPods, Apple TVs and Macs. Show More Summary

Apple faces government investigation over patent infringement complaint

A federal regulator announced an investigation into Apple on Tuesday over claims that elements of the tech giant's products violate another company's patents, Reuters reported. The U.S. International Trade Commission launched the probe...Show More Summary

Apple faces fresh USITC investigation over patent infringement spanning iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV

The U.S. International Trade Commission has declared that it has launched an investigation of many of Apple's present and past products, after complaints from a pair of companies.

US trade commission launches probe into Apple over alleged patent infringement

4 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

According to a new report from Reuters, the United States International Trade Commission has launched an investigation into Apple over allegations of patent infringement. Details regarding the probe are sparse at his point, but the commission alleges the infringement applies to a multitude of Apple products… more…

International Trade Commission Limits Import Tariff On Solar

U.S. Solar Developers Relieved at Small Import Tariff Proposals Ari Natter and Chris Martin, October 31, 2017 (Climate Changed via Bloomberg News) “The U.S. solar industry let out a collective sigh of relief after trade commissioners proposed import tariffs that were less than half what a bankrupt U.S. Show More Summary

US Solar Industry Remains Frustrated As ITC Recommends Tariffs

The US International Trade Commission published on Tuesday recommendations for import tariffs on solar PV cells and modules as part of the Section 201 trade case which has been in motion much of this year, and though any tariffs are harmful, the proposals were not as bad as many within the solar industry were fearing. 

U.S. trade commission recommends tariffs on solar energy equipment

In a case that has riven the booming American solar energy sector for six months, the U.S. International Trade Commission recommended levying comparatively modest tariffs on imports of silicon-based solar photovoltaic cells and solar panels. The measures recommended Tuesday by the ITC’s four commissioners...

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