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Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit
against Apple
Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit
against Apple
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Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit against Apple

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Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit against Apple

  1. 1. Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit against Apple Nokia Files Fresh Patent Violation Suit against Apple Nokia has filed fresh patent infringement claims against Apple in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands, alleging that Apple infringed its patents in many of its products sold in these countries, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The Finnish cellphone giant, which is already engaged in a legal battle over smartphone technology with Apple, now has 37 claims against California-based Apple. These actions add 13 further Nokia patents to the 24 already asserted against Apple in the US International Trade Commission and the Delaware and Wisconsin Federal courts, said Paul Melin, vice president, Intellectual Property at Nokia. Daily Intellectual Property News [25 Nov, 2015] SAGACIOUS IP Nokia has filed fresh patent infringement claims against Apple in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands, alleging that Apple infringed its patents in many of its products sold in these countries, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The Finnish cellphone giant, which is already engaged in a legal battle over smartphone technology with Apple, now has 37 claims against California-based Apple. These actions add 13 further Nokia patents to the 24 already asserted against Apple in the US International Trade Commission and the Delaware and Wisconsin Federal courts, said Paul Melin, vice president, Intellectual Property at Nokia. Daily Intellectual Property News [25 Nov, 2015] SAGACIOUS IP

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