ITC Grants General Exclusion Order for Section 337 Violations, ITC Blog

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A recent initial determination ("ID") from the ITC resulted in a general exclusion order for products infringing several patents belonging to Complainant National Products Inc. ("NPI"). Certain Mounting Apparatuses For Holding Portable Electronic Devices And Components Thereof, Inv. No. 337-TA-1086, Order 15 (November 28, 2018). All named respondents were found in default, and none contested NPI’s allegations. Accordingly, ALJ Bullock concluded that domestic industry existed and a violation of section 337 occurred with respect to four out of five NPI patents.

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