The United States International Trade Commission (“ITC”) is an independent, quasi-judicial Federal agency with investigative responsibilities on matters of trade.   Among other things, the ITC adjudicates complaints filed by private parties involving imports that allegedly infringe intellectual property rights under the authority of Section 337 of the Tariff Act.  With sixteen new complaints filed in the ITC’s first fiscal quarter, it looks like it will be a very busy year for Section 337 litigation.

For more information, please see the full blog post in The Trade Practitioner.