ITC Grants Request for Carve-Out in Limited Exclusion Order With Certification Provision, ITC Blog
In a recent Initial Determination (“ID”), ALJ McNamara indicated that the inclusion of a certification provision in the Limited Exclusion Order (“LEO”) was warranted to allow the respondent to import non-infringing redesigns. In re Certain Digital Video Receivers and Related Hardware and Software Components, Inv. No. 337-TA-1103 (Jun. 4, 2019) (“Initial Determination”). We previously wrote about this investigation (here).
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