Tag: international trade commission

Yet Another Private Equity NPE at the ITC

Stephen Breyer is retiring, Jeopardy has new hosts, and the Cincinnati Bengals have made the Super Bowl—the world changes constantly. Some things don’t change, though—patent trolls are still ...

Fixing The ITC: Bipartisan Advancing America’s Interests Act Reintroduced

A little over a year ago, Reps. DelBene (D-WA) and Schweikert (R-AZ) introduced the Advancing America’s Interests Act (AAIA).  Unfortunately, no action was taken on it in the previous Congress....

The ITC In 2020: Anything But Typical

With the American republic having just had its 245th birthday, let’s take a look at an agency that’s charged with regulating trade with foreign countries, encouraging American industries, and prot...

Reps. DelBene and Schweikert Introduce Important Bipartisan ITC Reform Bill

Last week, Representative Suzan DelBene (D-WA) and Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ) introduced a bipartisan bill that would return the International Trade Commission (ITC) to a focus on its miss...
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We Must Protect Access to Vital Telemedicine Services

Seniors have been taking advantage of telemedicine services, often accessed via their smartphones, tablets or laptops, for some time now. But the coronavirus has put that trend into overdrive, as more...

It’s Time For The ITC To Recognize Smartphones Impact Public Welfare

Another day, another patent troll filing an ITC complaint.  In this case, Neodron—an Irish NPE—is trying to block the sale of products made by three prominent American tech companies: Amazon,...

NPEs at the ITC Illustrate Flaws in U.S. Trade Court

This week, an Irish non-practicing entity (NPE)’s lawsuit against multiple U.S. companies got the go-ahead from a U.S. trade court designed to protect U.S. companies from unfair foreign competition....

Qualcomm: Inconsistent With Respect To Facts, Its Own Actions

In the wake of Qualcomm’s loss in front of the full International Trade Commission (ITC) yesterday, Qualcomm released a statement that doesn’t match up with the facts. Here’s what Qualcomm ha...

ITC Again Recommends Exclusion Based on a Patent Likely to be Found Invalid

International Trade Commission (ITC) Administrative Law Judge McNamara issued a Notice of Issuance of Initial Determination today, explaining that, based on a complaint from Qualcomm, she had found th...

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