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The US International Trade Commission (ITC) can interpret section 337 of the 1930 Tariff Act to halt the importation of goods it believes may induce patent infringement once they enter the US border, a divided appeals court has ruled.
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CAFC; ITC; Suprema; Mentalix; Cross Match Technologies; induced infringement; patents; Tariff Act