On May 25, ALJ Rogers issued the public version of his order denying Complainants Thomson Licensing SAS' motion to compel Respondents to provide Complainants' counsel and technical experts with access to Respondents' manufacturing facilities to conduct inspections. In his denial of the motion to compel, ALJ Rogers cited the undue expense and burden imposed upon Respondents and Complainants' failure to address the potential economic harm to Respondents. The investigation is 337-TA-749/741, Certain Liquid Crystal Display Devices, Including Monitors, Televisions and Modules and Components Thereof.