ALJ Cites to Ground Rules and Requires Parties to Focus Case Theories, ITC Blog
In a recently issued order, ALJ McNamara relied on her Ground Rules to require the parties to limit their cases and focus on their best theories. Certain Rotating 3-D Lidar Devices, Components Thereof and Sensing Systems Containing the Same, 337-TA-1173, Order 9 (November 14, 2019). Complainant was required to limit the number of asserted claims and Respondent was required to limit the number of prior art references relied upon to support their invalidity defense.
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