In a recently issued order, the ITC rescheduled an upcoming hearing due to the coronavirus pandemic and urged the parties to agree to have witnesses testify based on their deposition transcripts instead of live testimony at the upcoming hearing.
In a recently issued Commission Opinion, the ITC applied the Federal Circuit’s rule in Lelo emphasizing that a quantitative analysis must be performed in order to determine whether a complainant has satisfied the economic prong of the domestic industry requirement.
In a recently issued Commission Opinion, the ITC affirmed the ALJ’s finding that asserted claims directed to a road paving machine with an adjustable screed assembly were invalid as directed to an abstract idea.
A recent opinion by the Commission highlights the risk for defaulting at the ITC – the Commission reversed the ALJ’s finding of a violation as to the participating respondents but maintained that the defaulting respondent was in violation of Section 337 based on the allegations in the complaint.
In a recent Commission opinion, the ITC reviewed and affirmed ALJ Bullock’s Initial Determination (ID), and issued a GEO because they concluded that a limited exclusion order LEO may be easily circumvented.