Fast-track enforcement of IP rights using Customs and the International Trade Commission

This is an Insight article, written by a selected partner as part of IAM's co-published content. Read more on Insight

Most corporate counsel are well acquainted with the costs and benefits of district court litigation to enforce IP rights. Many, however, are less well versed in the administrative alternatives available to stop infringing imported goods at the border. While administrative procedures do not provide for monetary damages, they do offer relief that is faster and more reliable than district court litigation.


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