Litigating Non-Patent Claims at the ITC

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The International Trade Commission (ITC) is a well-known venue for litigating patent infringement claims, but the Commission's enabling statute Section 337 allows companies to bring an extremely broad array of unfair competition claims. In addition to trademark and copyright infringement claims, companies can bring actions for trade secret misappropriation, trade dress infringement, false advertising, violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), counterfeiting and grey market goods, antitrust claims, and more.

In this webinar, Fish attorneys Andrew Kopsidas and Leeron Kalay discuss non-patent litigation at the ITC, including:

  • The types of unfair competition claims that can be asserted,
  • The requirements for asserting unfair competition claims, and
  • When it makes good business sense to litigate in the ITC.

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