Episode 11: Latest Developments at the International Trade Commission with Libbie DiMarco (Podcast) – International Trade & Investment


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Keeping an eye on the International Trade Commission is essential for any business engaged in trade across the US border. And in recent months, there has been a lot of news coming out of the ITC, from compelling cases to the turnover of administrative law judges.

Lawyer Libbie DiMarco is a shareholder in Wolf Greenfield’s Litigation Practice Group. In this episode of IP Chat with Wolf Greenfield, Libbie shares her thoughts on the latest developments at ITC. Here are some of the highlights:

  • 01:07 – Background at Wolf Greenfield

  • 02:13 – ICT issues over the years

  • 04:15 – ITC had to make significant adjustments due to COVID

  • 06:35 – The advantages and disadvantages of relying more on oral testimony and less on written testimony

  • 09:02 – The ITC recently appointed its third administrative law judge in three years. What is the impact of this type of rotation?

  • 11:03 – An overview of the Kyocera case and the implications of the Federal Circuit’s decision against the ITC with a precedent ruling for the Japanese electronics company

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