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ALJ Luckern Denies Motion For Sanctions In Marine Autopilots Investigation -International Trade Commission

Chief ALJ Luckern denied Complainant American GNC's motion for sanctions in Inv. No. 337-TA-738, Certain Components For Installation of Marine Autopilots With GPS or IMU.  American GNC sought sanctions against Respondent Navico for its alleged failure to provide discovery ordered by the ALJ in response to certain interrogatories.  The ALJ found that there was no prejudice to complainant, and that respondent had provided to requested for discovery, and complainant had received an opportunity to take discovery relevant to the information produced by Navico.

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Christopher L. May is an associate in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP and is based in the Firm’s Washington, D.C., office.  He focuses his practice on patent and trademark litigation.  Christopher is also an adjunct professor at Michigan State University where he teaches a course on general intellectual property. 

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