Administrative Law Judge Robert Rogers, Jr. ordered Micro Jet Technology Co., Ltd. to show cause as to why it should not be found in default for failing to respond to the Complaint and Notice of Investigation in Inv. No. 337-TA-723, Certain Ink Jet Cartridges With Printheads and Components Thereof. ALJ Roger's order found that MicroJet is aware of the ongoing investigation as evidenced by the entry of an appearance by counsel for MicroJet and MicroJet's filing of a motion to terminate based on the entry of a consent order (which was denied). However, the ALJ also found that MicroJet has not filed a response to the Complaint and Notice of Investigation, nor responded to discovery requests. MicroJet has until September 17, 2010 to show cause why MicroJet should not be found in default.