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Fish Cases

Certain Inkjet Ink Cartridges With Printheads And Components Thereof (Fed. Cir. May 30, 2013) (337-TA-723)

Appellate, ITC Litigation

Fish Cases

Certain Inkjet Ink Cartridges With Printheads And Components Thereof (Fed. Cir. May 30, 2013) (337-TA-723)

Appellate, ITC Litigation

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Represented complainant Hewlett-Packard in this five-patent ITC investigation (and subsequent Federal Circuit appeal) relating to HP’s inkjet printing technologies. The judge found a violation and issued a General Exclusion Order, which would prevent any party from importing into the U.S. goods that infringe the asserted patents. The ITC more commonly issues a Limited Exclusion Order, which excludes only the goods of the parties that were respondents in the ITC litigation. A General Exclusion Order is a much broader remedy because it applies to anyone seeking to import goods that infringe the patents, whether or not they were involved in the ITC litigation, which included named seven proposed respondents. The Federal Circuit dismissed respondent APM’s appeal and affirmed the ITC’s imposition of a General Exclusion Order.

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Represented complainant Hewlett-Packard in this five-patent ITC investigation (and subsequent Federal Circuit appeal) relating to HP’s inkjet printing technologies. The judge found a violation and issued a General Exclusion Order, which would prevent any party from importing into the U.S. goods that infringe the asserted patents. The ITC more commonly issues a Limited Exclusion Order, which excludes only the goods of the parties that were respondents in the ITC litigation. A General Exclusion Order is a much broader remedy because it applies to anyone seeking to import goods that infringe the patents, whether or not they were involved in the ITC litigation, which included named seven proposed respondents. The Federal Circuit dismissed respondent APM’s appeal and affirmed the ITC’s imposition of a General Exclusion Order.