At a time of increasing globalization of corporations and business activities, ever faster development of new products and technologies, expanding fair trade and the highest levels of international competition in history, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is a primary forum for the resolution of international disputes concerning intellectual property rights. Buchanan’s IP-Litigation Practice Group is well-positioned and experienced to prosecute or defend actions in the ITC. All ITC cases are filed and tried in Washington, D.C. With a large office located in Washington, D.C. and another large office containing our core IP practice located five miles away in Alexandria, Virginia, Buchanan's ITC litigation team is well situated to handle matters in the ITC efficiently and effectively.
Buchanan's ITC litigation team provides the key components needed by our clients, whether they are complainants or respondents, when they are initiating or responding to Section 337 proceedings in the ITC. These include comprehensive technical and scientific expertise; deep knowledge of an experience with U.S. patent and other IP laws; strong IP litigation resources located in Washington, D.C. and Alexandria, Virginia; and decades of experience in IP litigation, including ITC litigation. As in all other areas, our ITC litigators seek to obtain the best possible outcome and achieve our client's business objectives in the most cost-effective way available in each case.