Defense Building Against ObjectVideo's USITC Case

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 02, 2011

Two months ago, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) initiated an investigation regarding claims by Object Video against Bosch, Samsung and Sony. The US civil court case was stayed and the focus now shifted to the USITC. In this note, we examine how all 3 defendants are expanding their defense and counter claims against ObjectVideo will new assertions and new evidence.

At the end of September, the paties met for their First Settlement Conference. However, Object Video was unable to reach any settlement with any of the parties.

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