On April 10, 2015, ALJ Lord issued the public version of the Initial Determination on Violation and Recommended Determination on Public Interest, Remedy, and Bonding (“ID”) in Certain Television Sets, Television Receivers, Television Tuners, and Components Thereof, Inv. No. 337-TA-910. The ID found no violation of Section 337, in part because ALJ Lord determined that Complainant failed to satisfy the economic prong of the domestic industry requirement and that the patents are invalid. ALJ Lord recommended that if the Commission finds a violation of Section 337, however, a limited exclusion order and cease and desist order issue, but that implementation of such orders be delayed 12-months in view of public interest considerations. The ID found that the effect of exclusion orders on such a large segment of the television market could be significant in the short term, and a 12 month delay is “mandated by the scope of the excluded items but also takes into account the anticipated rapidity of the response by the television industry.” ID at 225. On April 30, 2015, the Commission issued a Notice that is has determined to review portions of the ID, including domestic industry-economic prong and whether the public interest warrants any tailoring of relief.