On April 9, 2015, the Commission issued Notices granting the requests of ALJ Lord for judicial enforcement of subpoenas duces tecum and ad testificandum directed to Parabellum Capital LLC (“Parabellum”) and Credit Suisse Management LLP (“Credit Suisse”), non-parties served by Respondents in Certain Optical Disc Drives, Components Thereof, and Products Containing the Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-897. Following the Commission’s Order remanding the investigation in December 2014, ALJ Lord reopened discovery to trace all substantial rights of the patents-at-issue from inception to present. Subpoenas were served on Parabellum and Credit Suisse following application by Respondents seeking documents and testimony related to each party’s ownership rights and financial interest in the patents. Parabellum and Credit Suisse served objections, but did not move to limit or quash the subpoenas, and did not produce any documents. Respondents filed motions to enforce the subpoenas. ALJ Lord was not persuaded by the non-parties arguments regarding the timing and format of the subpoenas and held that requests for emails were not barred by the parties’ discovery stipulation because such stipulation does not apply to non-parties. ALJ Lord sought judicial enforcement of the subpoenas on March 30, 2015, pursuant to Commission Rule 210.32(g).