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.
In a recent opinion, the ITC found that four defaulting respondents violated section 337 and that a general exclusion order (GEO) was the appropriate remedy for unlicensed products.