Qualcomm fails first hurdle in ITC Nokia dispute
Chip maker Qualcomm has suffered a new setback in its long-running battle with Nokia after a judge at the International Trade Commission (ITC) said that the Finnish telecoms company had not infringed three of Qualcomm’s patents
Paul Luckern, an administrative law judge at the ITC, issued his initial determination yesterday, almost 18 months after Qualcomm filed a complaint with the ITC that accused Nokia of importing patent-infringing mobile telephone handsets into the US.
In his determination,...
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