Attorneys Daniel Tishman and Joshua Rosefelt Author "ITC Year in Review" Article in IPWatchdog


From judicial retirements to global crises, 2022 was an exceptionally busy year at the International Trade Commission compared to previous years. In an article for IPWatchdog, Principal Daniel Tishman and Associate Joshua Rosefelt assessed the landscape at the ITC and reviewed a few developments and important decisions from 2022.

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This year was a busy one for the International Trade Commission (ITC) compared to the last few years. As of December 15, 2022, there were 56 complaints filed, compared to 50 in all of 2021. The Commission also instituted more investigations in 2022 than 2021 and has a higher number of active cases compared to last year, according to Docket Navigator as of December 7, 2022. With in-person hearings resuming, it is an exciting time at the ITC. And with the evolving landscape of venue jurisprudence in the district courts, we expect the growth to continue into 2023. This article highlights a few new developments at the ITC over the past year, as well as several important decisions.

ALJs Bullock and Shaw Retire; ALJ Moore Begins

Chief Administrative Law Judge (CALJ) Charles E. Bullock retired from the Commission in December 2021 after nearly 20 years of service. Former CALJ Bullock was appointed to the Commission in 2002 and became CALJ in 2011. Prior to his work at the Commission, former CALJ Bullock served as an ALJ at both the Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He passed away in November after a brief illness; the ITC bar will sorely miss him and thanks him for his many years of service.

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