ALJ:  Complainant Can Rely Entirely On Licensee’s Activities For DI Requirement

ALJ: Complainant Can Rely Entirely On Licensee’s Activities For DI Requirement

Judge McNamara has issued the public version of her Initial Determination pursuant to the 100-day Pilot Program proceeding on domestic industry in Certain Silicon-On-Insulator Wafers, Inv. No. 337-TA-1025. Judge McNamara held that Complainant Silicon Genesis Corp. has contingently established the economic prong of domestic industry based solely on its licensee’s domestic activities.

ITC Institutes 100-Day Pilot Program Proceeding in Silicon Wafers Investigation

ITC Institutes 100-Day Pilot Program Proceeding in Silicon Wafers Investigation

On October 19, 2016, the Commission issued a notice instituting an investigation in Certain Silicon-On-Insulator Wafers, Inv. No. 337-TA-1025. The Commission ordered the presiding administrative law judge to hold an early evidentiary hearing pursuant to the 100-day pilot program on whether the Complainant satisfies the economic prong of domestic industry.