Japan: Nikkei interviews Theodore Essex – ITC puts weight on the actual situation of patentees

Last month, Nikkei interviewed Senior Counsel Theodore (Ted) Essex on the importance of The United States International Trade Commission (“ITC”) for Japanese companies. Ted first provided an overview of the function of this quasi-judicial federal …
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