Gary Rinkerman, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office, was asked by the Practicing Law Institute to speak on trademarks in US International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations under 19 USC 1337 (Section 337).

Section 337 provides for extremely fast and far-reaching litigation proceedings that resemble bench trials in federal district court, but are highly specialized and extremely fast paced.  Gary was formerly a senior trial attorney for the ITC, where he argued a number of cases now considered fundamental in the practice, including an early case where he argued that copyright should be extended to object code embodied in ROM.

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Source: Practicing Law Institute