Goodwin, a leading Global 50 law firm, released its updated ITC Primer, titled “Litigating Unfair Competition Claims Under Section 337 of the Tariff Act: An ITC Primer.” The Primer offers an overview of Section 337, a statute administered by the U.S. International Trade Commission and enacted to combat unfair trade acts connected with products imported into the U.S.
Section 337 has evolved throughout the years to make it easier for intellectual property holders to assert their rights. Goodwin’s Primer helps companies navigate the complex landscape―exploring the unique legal and practical aspects of Section 337 and offering insights for litigating these important and often contentious cases.
The Primer features:
Goodwin’s 337 practice group has worked with clients appearing as both complainants and respondents in these investigations and has secured summary determinations, favorable Markman rulings, advantageous settlements, victories at trial, and appellate relief. Goodwin attorneys routinely work with clients to take cases from pre-suit investigations through discovery, trials and post-trial proceedings at the Commission level. Goodwin’s ITC team has substantial knowledge of complex investigations under Section 337 at all phases, including pre-institution, post-institution, and post-remedial order. Learn more about Goodwin's ITC Practice.