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ITC Litigation

The International Trade Commission (ITC) addresses high-stakes intellectual property disputes involving imported goods, which are often part of the complex disputes that involve multiple, concurrent district court cases between the same parties. With its expedited schedule, it can resolve issues quickly and forcefully. Whether it is a US or foreign company seeking to block imported products perceived as infringing its patents or a company defending the viability of its imported products, either can obtain speedy and substantive resolution before the ITC.

As one of the most active firms practicing ITC litigation Fish is consistently recognized for our elite work and consistent ITC litigation results. Managing Intellectual Property magazine recently named Fish "ITC Litigation Firm of the Year" (2012) and a Tier 1 IP firm. Furthermore, Law360 named Fish "International Trade Group of the Year" (2011) and Chambers USA gave Fish a Band 1 ranking for ITC work in 2012. 

Our team includes a former supervisory/investigative attorney with 20 years of experience at the ITC, as well as a prominent trial attorney who co-teaches with a current ITC administrative law judge for the first law school class in the country dedicated to Section 337. We bring a multidisciplinary approach to ITC proceedings, drawing on our expertise in patent law, litigation, and licensing of intellectual property rights, and give our clients a competitive edge in ITC disputes.