Bloomberg Law writes, “A potentially extended U.S. International Trade Commission ban on hearing cases has intellectual property litigators feeling uneasy. The commission, a federal agency that handles intellectual property and trade disputes, is known for its speedy handling of investigations and powerful exclusion orders that can prevent the importation of products into the U.S.”

Director Daniel E. Yonan was quoted in the Bloomberg Law article “Virus Delays at Int’l Trade Commission Stir Case Backlog Worries.”