By: Jonathan Redway
Jonathan Redway (Member, Washington, D.C.) wrote an article titled “A Powerful Weapon Against Infringing Imports,” which was published in Today’s General Counsel. The article focused on Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 and how it remains the single most powerful and reliable weapon a company can use to protect its United States intellectual property against infringing imports. Under Section 337, the U.S. International Trade Commission conducts investigations into allegations of certain unfair practices in import trade. Mr. Redway also explains the effectiveness and advantages of Section 337 Enforcement Proceedings when it comes to intellectual property. Read the entire article here.
Jon is a nationally recognized trial lawyer with extensive experience handling a wide variety of complex civil and intellectual property cases. Jon regularly works with businesses and individuals on cases involving patent and trademark infringement, the seizure of counterfeit goods, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, as well as business torts and various regulatory matters. Jon may be reached in our Washington, D.C. office at 202-659-6946.