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The rapid-fire, high-stakes patent litigation that unfolds at the U.S. International Trade Commission can be stressful under normal circumstances. With the potential for tariffs or full-on import bans in cases where infringement is found, the venue can be something of a highwire sprint for defense counsel.
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