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One emerging International Trade Commission trend involves the way non-practicing entities have begun to make inroads there — a development likely to gain momentum from an April ruling by the full commission that says, in most cases, merely spending money on litigation qualifies an ITC complainant as a “domestic industry” worthy of protection. The case, Certain Coaxial Cable Connectors, is significant for another reason: It marked the first public battle between Big Tech and NPEs over who deserves to be at the ITC — and Big Tech lost.

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