Owners of U.S. intellectual property can exclude illegal imports from the United States by successfully enforcing their rights at the International Trade Commission.

To be successful in ITC litigation, an IP owner needs to be focused, prepared, and persistent. Our litigation team at McAndrews, Held & Malloy recently employed that approach on behalf of IP owner Amsted Industries Incorporated in ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-655, Certain Cast Steel Railway Wheels, Certain Processes For Manufacturing Or Relating To Same And Certain Products Containing Same.

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