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ALJ Says No to Domestic Industry Evidence, <i>ITC Blog</i>

ALJ Says No to Domestic Industry Evidence, ITC Blog

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On February 10, Judge Essex issued the public version of his order denying Complainant’s Motion for Leave to Supplement Its Exhibit List and Witness Statement to Address Recent Developments in Its Domestic Industry. In The Matter Of Certain RF Capable Integrated Circuits And Products Containing The Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-982, Order No. 20 (February 2, 2017). Complainant ParkerVision sought to add forty-five exhibits and to supplement statements of four witnesses with information related to post-filing design and production activity in order to bolster its domestic industry case. Id. at 1. Respondents and the Commission Investigative Staff submitted responses opposing ParkerVision’s motion.

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