Latest US International Trade Commission Stories
OTTAWA, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - On March 7, 2014, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued an initial Office Action as part of an Ex Parte re-examination proceeding
A ban on the sale of older-model Apple products issued last month by the US International Trade Commission has been overturned by the Obama administration.
Apple has asked the US International Trade Commission (ITC) for a stay on a ban of their products which is set to begin in just three weeks.
Apple suffered their first loss in their longstanding battle with Samsung yesterday when the US International Trade Commission placed a ban against older iPad and iPhone devices.
A US International Trade Commission judge has ruled Microsoft’s Xbox video game console does not infringe upon a patent held by Google’s Motorola Mobility division.
Tech companies sue one another for patent infringement nearly every day. There are so many of these suits, it can often be difficult just to keep each of them straight. Therefore, it’s quite an occasion whenever a company withdraws their complaint and intention to ban the sale of a device.
Google's Motorola Mobility unit announced on Friday that it had filed a new patent infringement claim with the ITC, claiming that some Apple-developed devices infringe upon their intellectual property.
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that some Motorola Mobility smartphones infringe upon patents owned by Microsoft, and as such those products will be prohibited from entering the country.
Microsoft has apparently violated some of Motorola Mobility’s patent rights, according to Judge David Shaw of the US International Trade Commission (ITC). Such a ruling could better Motorola’s chances of blocking imports of the Xbox gaming console from entering the States.
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