The end of the rocket docket
The ITC is bracing for another record year in filings. With two fewer judges, a cap on staff and government-wide budget cuts, how can it survive in its current form? With a series of exclusive interviews, Eileen McDermott visited the Commission to investigate
Photography: Iwan Bagus
The International Trade Commission is an unusual beast. An
independent, quasi-judicial branch of government, its
commissioners are appointed by the president and arguably
provide the most effective IP enforcement in the US. Nestled in
the heart of Washington DC's Southwest...
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