ITC Grants Summary Determination Against Defaulting Respondents and Issues GEO, ITC Blog
In another example of why defaulting at the ITC can be a dangerous strategy, the ITC recently found all eight named respondents in default and concluded a general exclusion order (GEO) was the appropriate remedy.
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