Litigation and Enforcement Updates at the ITC: 2019 Landscape
In June 2018, the final changes on the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (ITC) Rules of Practice and Procedures took effect. Intended for more efficient and speedy investigations, the ITC amended some of its pre-existing rules and practices including the 100-Day Pilot Program. These new developments in the ITC may have profound impact on regulatory enforcements, more specifically on Section 337 investigations.
As the future of the ITC landscape is still uncertain, companies must keep themselves abreast of these new developments to ensure compliance. They should revisit their existing practices to make sure that they are aligned with the ITC’s directives.
Join a panel of key thought leaders and professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group as they provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the emerging ITC litigation and enforcement updates. Speakers will also present potential risk issues to avoid as well as tips and strategies to overcome pitfalls.
This LIVE Webcast will include the following topics:
- ITC Litigation and Enforcement: A Lookback
- Emerging Trends and Developments
- Notable Court Rulings and Decisions
- Practical Tips and Strategies
- Risk Issues and Challenges
- What Lies Ahead
Tony V. Pezzano, Partner
DLA Piper LLP (US)
- Update On Biopharma Patent Disputes In ITC Section 337 Investigations.
Andrew Clarke, Vice President
Status of the Economic Domestic Industry Requirement in 2019
- Brief overview of Econ DI
- Statutory Requirement
- Breakdown of types of recognized activities & associated burdens
- Recent Commission opinions on Econ DI, including:
- Treatment of R&D and Engineering investments
- Investments by Contract Manufacturers/Third Parties
- Contextual analyses
- Use of Early Disposition Program
- Recent experiences
- Benefits to respondents
Who Should Attend:
- IP and Related Attorneys and Consultants
- International Trade Law Attorneys
- In-house Counsel
- Trade Compliance Administrators and Managers
- Private and Public Companies
- Multinational Companies
Tony Pezzano is a partner in the New York offices of DLA Piper LLP. Tony has successfully tried numerous cases in federal district courts and the ITC involving technology innovation across a diverse range of industries. Tony has been lead counsel for brand pharmaceutical companies in over two dozen filed Hatch-Waxman cases during the past ten years involving antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal, anticoagulant, and anti-organ transplant rejection drug products. Tony has also represented both Complainants and Respondents in ITC Section 337 investigations involving biologics, SeaDoos/WaveRunners, wireless communication devices, computer routers and Segways/hoverboards. Few attorneys, if any, can match Tony’s record of obtaining both injunctions in Hatch-Waxman cases as well as exclusion and cease and desist orders in Section 337 investigations. Tony is ITCTLA Past President (2009).
Tony Pezzano is a partner in the New York offices of DLA Piper LLP. Tony has successfully tried numerous cases …
Andrew Clarke provides financial and economic consulting services to clients in both litigation and non-litigation contexts. His engagements have spanned numerous practice areas, including intellectual property (IP), commercial disputes, valuation, securities, and antitrust. Mr. Clarke has consulted in IP matters involving patent, copyright, and trade secret claims before US district courts and the US International Trade Commission (ITC). Recently, his case work has included analyzing domestic industry, remedy, and public interest issues at the ITC; assessing damages related to patent infringement; and determining the fair market value of businesses. He also has experience in commercial disputes involving breaches of contract, tax controversies, insurance recovery, class certification, and fraudulent conveyance, and he has analyzed both liability and damages for antitrust and competition engagements. Mr. Clarke has provided support for clients and testifying experts at all stages of the litigation process, from pre-litigation consulting and discovery to trial and post-trial appeals. He has published expert analysis in Law360 on topics such as standard essential patents, IP damages, and the ITC. He is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) charter holder.
Andrew Clarke provides financial and economic consulting services to clients in both litigation and non-litigation contexts. His engagements have spanned …
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