On June 26, 2012 ALJ Gildea issued the public version of his June 6, 2012 order denying a motion for summary determination in In the Matter of Certain Electronic Devices, Including Wireless Communication Devices, Portable Music and Data Processing Devices, and Tablet Computers, Inv. No. 337-TA-794. The motion, filed by Complainant Samsung, sought summary determination that Respondent Apple maintained commercially-significant inventories of accused products in the United States. Specifically, Samsung sought either an initial determination under Commission Rule 210.42(c) or an order establishing facts under Commission Rule 210.18(e) finding that the undisputed facts establish that Apple maintained commercially-significant inventories of accused products in the United States. ALJ Gildea stated that "the appropriate subject matter for summary determination under Commission Rule 210.18 is limited to claims and affirmative defenses and elements thereof. . . . [T]he [ALJ] finds that whether [respondent] maintains commercially-significant inventories of accused products in the U.S. is not an appropriate subject for summary determination because, standing alone, it is not an issue or any part of an issue within the meaning of Commission Rule 210.18. Further, the level of [respondent's] domestic inventory is a remedy related matter, for which the Commission Rules require that the [ALJ] issue a Recommended Determination and not an Initial Determination."