It may be advantageous to litigate your intellectual property dispute in Section 337 proceedings at the International Trade Commission. These proceedings have become increasingly popular because they typically resolve themselves far faster than going to trial in Federal Court. The ITC requires an understanding of law that is unique to the agency and different from Federal Courts.
While the ITC cannot award monetary damages, the ITC can preclude the import of infringing goods and stop the sale of goods already in the United States. As a result, ITC proceedings may be a good way to achieve a fast and favorable settlement for patent owners.
Our team has experience navigating ITC claims and considers ITC Section 337 investigations an important strategic option for our clients, whether they are a potential complainant, a respondent, or a non-party that has either received a subpoena pursuant to an ITC proceeding or wishes to otherwise intervene in an existing proceeding.
To speak with an ITC Litigation Attorney, please contact us.