On March 13, 2013, the Commission issued a Notice extending for the second time the target date until May 31, 2013 for its Determination in Certain Electronic Devices, Including Wireless Communication Devices, Portable Music And Data Processing Devices, And Tablet Computers, Inv. No. 337-TA-794 (“the ’794 Investigation”). The Commission reviewed the final initial determination of the Administrative Law Judge finding no violation of Section 337 in its entirety, including, inter alia, on the assertion of FRAND-encumbered patents. The Commission’s Notice included a request for additional briefing due by April 3, 2013 and Reply submissions due by April 10, 2013 on remedy and public interest issues. We note that in its Response filed on April 3, OUII informed the Commission that an import ban on certain models of Apple’s iPhone and iPad based on alleged infringement of Samsung’s ’348 patent would not harm the public interest. OUII further proposed that the Commission could limit the impacts on U.S. consumers by delaying the effective date of the exclusion order. In addition, we further note that Commissioner Shara L. Aranoff issued a Dissenting Memorandum on March 13, 2013 with respect to the Commission’s request for additional written submissions on the public interest issues, asserting that the parties, and the public, have already been afforded the opportunity to present evidence and argument on such issues. We shall keep you apprised of further developments in this investigation.