Federal Circuit Denies Rehearing But Files Panel Opinion In Patent Case

Federal Circuit Denies Rehearing But Files Panel Opinion In Patent Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Although it denied panel rehearing and en banc rehearing of a dispute over cellular telephone technology on Jan. 10, the Federal Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued a new panel ruling in which it held that Congress intended to authorize access to the International Trade Commission (ITC) exclusion remedy in cases where parties have a "substantial investment" in the exploitation of a patent (InterDigital Communications LLC v. International Trade Commission and Nokia Inc., No. 10-1093, Fed. Cir.).

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