ITC to survey imports of cannabis oil vaping products



By Grace Dixon (November 5, 2021, 7:50 p.m. EDT) – The United States ‘International Trade Commission has announced that it plans to determine whether 38 manufacturers’ imports of oil cartridges used to smoke cannabis and THC violate four patents owned by Shenzhen Smoore Technology Limited.

The ITC on Thursday agreed to launch an investigation into complaints about imports of certain “oil vaping cartridges having a liquid reservoir to hold vaporizable oil” and Smoore’s claims that dozens of companies based across the the country and abroad violate article 337 of the law. Tariff Act of 1930.

Filed in early October, Smoore’s complaint accuses companies based in the United States, Canada and Hong Kong …

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