University of Texas School of Law
2019 STUDIO WEBCAST
ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports
STUDIO WEBCAST May 8, 2019
Conference Concluded
  Now available in eCourse format
ITC Litigation and Enforcement
3.00 hrs | 0.25 hr ethics
(Contains material from May 2019)

UT Law CLE

2019 STUDIO WEBCAST ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports

Program Features
This course explores the U.S. International Trade Commission and how it works, including why you may want to consider the ITC as a forum for litigation of unfair competition under Section 337, from patent and trademark infringement to trade secret misappropriation, false labeling, and antitrust claims, and the advantages the ITC may offer over district court litigation. Examine the kind of fact pattern that makes a good case for the broadest, industry-wide relief the ITC can offer under Section 337, and the due diligence needed to build your case. And get in-depth insights and strategies for preparing of a Section 337 complaint. 

If you cannot watch the entire webcast at its scheduled time, register now and view the recording and eCourse when it is available in “Your Briefcase” after the webcast. Earn CLE credit (in TX and CA) on your time!

UT Law CLE

2019 STUDIO WEBCAST ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports

7/17/19
Schedule

Wednesday Afternoon, May 8, 2019

12:30 pm

1.00 hr

The U.S. International Trade Commission: Remedies Available to Address Unfair Competition

Hear an overview of the ITC and how it works, including why you may want to consider the ITC as a forum for litigation of unfair competition under Section 337, from patent and trademark infringement to trade secret misappropriation, false labeling, and antitrust claims. Get insights into the advantages the ITC offers over district court litigation, such as multi-party litigation and powerful injunctive remedies that might be available to your clients, and finish with the basics on timelines and elements of a Section 337 violation.

Asha Allam, Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg LLP - Washington, DC

1:30 pm
Break

1:45 pm

1.00 hr

Case Study: Use of the ITC for General Exclusion Orders

Using real multi-party investigations as the foundation for discussion, examine the kind of fact pattern that makes a good case for the broadest, industry-wide relief the ITC can offer under Section 337, and the due diligence needed to build your case. Once you receive a general exclusion order, how do you follow through to shut down infringement and other forms of unfair competition involving imported products? 

Asha Allam, Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg LLP - Washington, DC

2:45 pm
Break

3:00 pm

1.00 hr
0.25 hr ethics

Preparing an ITC Complaint: Practical Tips and Guidance

Get in-depth insights and strategies for preparing of a Section 337 complaint. Learn what evidence you need to collect, how to assemble a complaint under the ITC’s fact-pleading standards, and how to get through the ITC clearance process to get an ITC investigation started. Explore compliance issues and ways to avoid dismissal of your complaint or running afoul of the ITC ethics requirements.

Asha Allam, Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg LLP - Washington, DC

4:00 pm
Presentation Concludes

UT Law CLE

2019 STUDIO WEBCAST ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports

Faculty

Conference Faculty

Asha Allam
Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg LLP
Washington, DC

UT Law CLE

2019 STUDIO WEBCAST ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports

Credit Information

MCLE Credit

Texas
3.00 hrs  |  0.25 hrs Ethics
Additional Information
UT Law CLE will report credit to the State Bar of Texas on your behalf. If you are claiming credit in the last week of your birth month, self-report your credit directly to the State Bar of Texas at texasbar.com. A Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you upon claiming credit.
California
3.00 hrs  |  0.25 hrs Ethics
Additional Information
Self-report your CLE credit directly to the State Bar of California at calbar.ca.gov. Print and keep the Certificate of Completion for your records. A Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you upon claiming credit.
Other States
3.00 hrs  |  0.25 hrs Ethics
Additional Information
Note on Self-Reporting Your Credits in Another State
If you wish to satisfy MCLE or other professional education requirements in another state for a program offered by the University of Texas School of Law, please check with the state bar or other licensing authority in that state to ensure it will qualify for self-reporting your credits.

To claim Other States MCLE credit, Other States credit option must be selected PRIOR to viewing the live webcast. Upon claiming credit, a Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you.

This accreditation requires attendance verification. UT Law CLE monitors and records attendee responses to questions that randomly appear during the live webcast presentation. The response record is detailed on the Certificate of Completion .

MCLE credit is presented based on a 60-minute credit hour. 

UT Law CLE

2019 STUDIO WEBCAST ITC Litigation and Enforcement: Using the U.S. International Trade Commission to Shut Down Unfair Competition in Imports

Key Dates

STUDIO WEBCAST

  • Last day for cancellation (full refund): May 1, 2019
  • Last day for cancellation (partial refund): Apr 3, 2019
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