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U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, who was tasked with a presidential review of the USITC's ruling, disapproved the court's ruling, citing likely hurt to the U.S. economy and its consumers. Though Froman's decision was "not an endorsement or a criticism" of the Commission, he noted that he "strongly shares" views made by the U.S. Justice Department and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), which said earlier this year that standard-essential patent cases should rarely lead to a de facto product ban on U.S. territory.

According to statements gathered by sister site CNET, Samsung said it was "disappointed" in Froman's decision. "The ITC's decision correctly recognized that Samsung has been negotiating in good faith and that Apple remains unwilling to take a license," a statement read, Apple said in a statement: "Samsung was wrong to abuse the patent system in this way."South Korea's trade ministry said it expressed "concern" terrazzo galaxy blue night yellow gold pink iphone case about the impact the decision would have on patent rights in the country, "The patent owner [Samsung] may continue to pursue its rights through the courts," Froman added, It was a bounce-back to the regular courts system where it belongs, away from the USITC and away from the White House..

Unlike an ITC ruling, Froman's decision cannot be appealed. It could be a once-in-a-generation slapdown of a specific case that would indicate favoritism on some level -- the South Korean government would not be wrong in such assertions. Or, what is more likely, is that while the patent system remains (in the eyes of many) a broken and unfair system of loopholes and technicalities, the White House has realized the spirit of the system is no longer in good faith and is being systematically abused as a tool of modern competition.

Equally, a U.S, company barred by a U.S, trade court from selling products to its home base of consumers could be an image so economically egregious to the White House that it was force to intervene, and now in the aftermath it has to follow through with the full weight of government, On Friday, it will be Samsung's turn to face the USITC in a case brought by Apple, which could see a similar line of import bans handed down by the court, Exactly what the USITC will do next is anyone's guess, A delay to the terrazzo galaxy blue night yellow gold pink iphone case proceedings would not be unheard of considering its emasculation by the White House..

But in a case of "he said, she said," now the Obama administration has stepped into the fray, it only adds further speculation over what comes next. What is clear, however, is that the status quo may not be enough to satisfy the hunger of the patent fighters and the patience of the politicians. This story originally appeared at ZDNet under the headline "White House intervention could spark patent upheaval."Now that the Obama administration has intervened in a patent dispute between Apple and Samsung, uncertainty lingers over how effective the courts have been in such cases. Are politicians starting to lose patience?.

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