Despite the current economy, the number of Section 337 investigations instituted by the International Trade Commission continues to grow at a record pace. Section 337 provides powerful quick and effective remedies to prevent the unfair importation of articles into the United States. This three-part series will explore effective strategies for each phase of litigating a Section 337 case - from the initial decision to file a complaint with the ITC, to litigation and trial before the Administrative Law Judge, to Commission review, enforcement of remedies, appellate review and beyond.
In the first part of this series, we will focus on the initial phase of a Section 337 investigation, from initial consideration through institution by the ITC. Mayer Brown partners Gary Hnath, Ian Feinberg and Reg Goeke will discuss:
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