Tag Archives: ITC Section 337

New Types of Section 337 Investigations at the International Trade Commission

Most Section 337 investigations allege violations of intellectual property (“IP”) based rights involving patent, registered trademark, or registered copyright infringement (“statutory IP claims”). In such cases, the complainant must establish that a valid and enforceable U.S. patent, trademark, or copyright is being infringed by the importation into the U.S., the sale for importation, or the … Continue reading this entry

Is the International Trade Commission the Most Patent-Friendly Venue with a Complainant Success Rate Near 90%?

There are many advantages to pursuing relief for patent infringement in the International Trade Commission (ITC) compared to U.S. district court, but one that receives little attention is the success rate for complainants (plaintiffs). The rate has been climbing for years and reached nearly 90% for cases decided on the merits in 2017.  With such … Continue reading this entry