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In Law360, Attorneys Address the Future of Antitrust Claims at ITC

Practices: Intellectual Property, Patent Litigation, Patent Strategy, Intellectual Property / Antitrust, Antitrust, Antitrust Litigation, ITC Proceedings / Section 337

IP litigation counsel Matt Rizzolo, litigation & enforcement associate Raishay Lin (both of Washington, D.C.) and law clerk Martin Njoroge (Boston) co-authored a May 15 Law360 article examining the future of antitrust claims at the U.S. International Trade Commission.

The authors explain that future complainants interested in bringing antitrust-related Section 337 claims at the ITC should heed the Commission’s guidance in pleading and proving their cases, and learn from the lessons taught in the proceedings stemming from U.S. Steel’s complaint in Certain Carbon and Alloy Steel Products and from Radwell International’s complaint in Certain Programmable Logic Controllers.

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