Nokia recently filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) which claimed “virtually all” Apple products infringe on Nokia-held patents. That complaint of course was an expansion on Nokia’s previously filed lawsuit against the iPhone. Apple fired back. Engadget points out that the text of the complaint and federal lawsuit have been made […]
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More Details Regarding Nokia's Suit Against Apple

nokia_logo2.jpgNokia recently filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) which claimed “virtually all” Apple products infringe on Nokia-held patents. That complaint of course was an expansion on Nokia’s previously filed lawsuit against the iPhone. Apple fired back.

Engadget points out that the text of the complaint and federal lawsuit have been made public. The best part? Nokia has asked the ITC to ban the import of nearly all Apple mobile products.

The biggest bombshell so far is the ITC complaint, in which Nokia’s asking the commission to ban imports of basically every Apple mobile product from the MacBook to the iPhone for infringing its device patents — a strategy we’ve seen in other high-profile cases. Since the ITC has the ability to move quite quickly, we’d expect that case to be the primary battleground for the moment — but remember that Apple has plenty of its own incredibly broad patents of its own to fight back with here, so don’t expect a quick resolution.

If you can’t beat’em… sue’em.

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