Commission Reverses Initial Determination’s Finding of No Direct Infringement, ITC Blog
In an earlier post related to this investigation, we discussed the ITC’s recommendation that a general exclusion order issue for products infringing Complainant National Products Inc.’s ("NPI") patents after all named respondents were found in default. ALJ Bullock determined that a general exclusion order was appropriate because the anonymity involved made it near impossible to identify the source of infringing products.
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