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Nokia v. Apple (2010, USA)

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Nokia v. Apple is a patent litigation suit filed in October 2009.

Nokia filed the suit in the USA with a state court (Delaware) and with the International Trade Commission (ITC).

Settled in June 2011 with Apple paying a one time amount and ongoing royalties to Nokia.[1]


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This article talks about the ITC arguing that Nokia didn't infringe Apple's patents, which must be a previous case or a counter-suit:

  • ITC Staff Backs Nokia In Apple Smartphone Patents Case, 3 Nov 2010, WSJ - " NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--A judge should find that Nokia Corp. (NOK) didn't infringe on Apple Inc. (AAPL) patents, staff at the International Trade Commission said. The "evidence will not establish a violation" of any Apple patents in the case, the ITC investigative staff said Monday in a prehearing statement, but the judge doesn't have ..."

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  1. Nokia And Apple Settle Patent Litigation, WSJ

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