For Defaulting Respondents, Commission Must Issue a Remedy Unless Public Interest Would Be Harmed, ITC Blog

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The Federal Circuit held that once the ITC institutes an investigation, it cannot reconsider the adequacy of the complaint. So in the case of a defaulting respondent, the Commission has to rule against them and go to the relief phase.

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